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OC Author/Literary Agent to discuss "Ordinary Magic"
For Immediate Release:
Ocean City native, Caitlen Rubino-Bradway, will discuss the path from idea to published novel and sign copies of her newly-released middle grade fantasy Ordinary Magic at the Ocean City Free Public Library on Friday, July 27 at 4 PM. While this free event will specifically address the middle grade reader, it is open to "children of all ages" who are interested in the workings of the publishing industry.
From Kirkus: "The author has crafted an allegory that successfully lampoons mindless prejudices."
From award-winning middle grade author, Stephanie Burgis: "This is my very favorite MG fantasy discovery in a very long time!"
About Caitlen: Caitlen Rubino-Bradway was raised in Ocean City, NJ. She received both her BA in English Literature and MA in English and Publishing from Rosemont College. For the past five years, Caitlen has lived and worked in NYC, and is currently an agent with Lauren Galit Literary. In addition to Ordinary Magic, Caitlen is the co-author of the novel Lady Vernon and Her Daughter and the short story, "What Would Austen Do?" that appeared in the anthology Jane Austen Made Me Do It.
More About Ocean City Free Public Library
Ocean City's library is part of the newly renovated Ocean City Community Cultural Center at 17th Street and Simpson Avenue. The new two-story facility offers a traditional library collection, but it also has computer facilities and the most reliable free wireless service on the island. The library organizes a vast array of programs that appeal to all ages and interests. It has become a cultural hub for the city.
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