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MC at the Gaithersburg Book Festival This Saturday, May 19

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Category: Community Engagement

Published: May 18 2018 12:00AM

If you are feeling jazzed and excited by Friday's Commencement, take that excitement with you on Saturday, May 19 to the Gaithersburg Book Festival!

This annual event features top novelists, journalists, essayists, and authors of science fiction, children's books, bird-watching books, even comic books.

Chief among its featured poets is Kateema Lee, professor of English at our Germantown Campus and author of <i>Almost Invisible</i>, a collection of poems that shines a unique light on those who are often kept in the margins: those "we walk past, see at the grocery store, read about in the paper, but they aren't necessarily seen as individuals."

Professor Lee will present in the Rachel Carson Pavilion from 10 to 10:30 a.m., with time for book-signings at 10:40 a.m.

And be sure to stop by the Sponsors B area to see the Montgomery College exhibit!

Lots more information about the Festival is available at
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