“Library Conversations” is a continuing series of virtual gatherings for adults offered by the Los Alamos County Library System.
The latest series began at 7 p.m. today and runs through Dec. 17, with a break at Thanksgiving. The conversations vary from horror to novel writing to music to poetry.
Within the series is a mini-series with adult services librarian Elizabeth Rivera leading discussions of short stories of new Lovecraftian or cosmic horror available freely on the Internet.
This evening’s story is The Adventurer’s Wife by Premee Mohamed; Oct. 29, An Ocean of Eyes by Cassandra Khaw; Nov. 12, The Opera Singer by Priya Sridhar; and Dec. 10, The Litany of Earth by Ruthanna Emrys.
Other Library Conversations for the winter quarter are Horror Read Alouds Oct. 22, The Craft of Writing Nov. 5 and 19, Winter Music Dec. 3, and Winter Poetry Dec. 17.
More information about the programs is available on the library catalog. Information is updated occasionally, so check back to see about programs of interest.
All events start at 7 p.m. via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/99841410756. Questions about Library Conversations and other programs may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library 2-6 p.m. weekdays at 505.662.8250.