BRUNSWICK — Maine Authors Publishing of Rockland is sponsoring a February Blues Book Bash in Brunswick. Independent authors will sign, sell and read from their works. They will also be offering information about writing and self-publishing, as stated in a news release.

The Book Bash is Saturday, Feb. 25, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. in the Morrell Meeting Room at Curtis Memorial Library, located at 23 Pleasant St.

Fiction, memoir, poetry, children’s stories and Maine tales will be represented at the Book Bash. There is even a book of messages written on vintage postcards.

On the slate for the event are Paula Benoit, “Baxter in the Blaine House,” Benjamin Brill, “Words Across a Wire,” Carol Glover, “Loving Hannah: Childhood Cancer Treatment from the Other Side of the Bed,” Patricia Goodspeed, “Pieces of the Dream,” Deborah Gould, “Father is Here … He’s as Fat as a Pig,” George Grimes, “Under the Keel: Memoirs of a Seagoing Life,” Elizabeth Harmon, “Chimney Pond Tales,” Katherine Mayfield, “The Box of Daughter,” Jack O’Mara, “Whitewater Opera: Death Comes to the Allagash,” Steven Powell, “Patch Scratching,” Travis Smith, “The Garbage Men,” and Howard Waxman, “Venceremos.”

Coffee and baked goods will be available, along with tables for sitting, talking and listening to readings.

The public is invited to come listen, chat with the authors, snack, browse and buy (cash and checks preferred). The authors are donating copies of their books and contributing 10 percent of their sales to Annual Book Fund at the library.

Maine Authors Publishing provides a cooperative-style model for self-publishing and offers a variety of production and marketing services for independent Maine authors who want to publish their books and get them into the hands of their readers.

For more information, visit the website at maineauthors