Oxnard author René Corado returns from Costa Rica to participate in local author fair on Nov. 12

November 9, 2017

OXNARD — René Corado, a Guatemalan Biologist and writer, author of the books El Lustrador and the Adventures of René Corado The Shoeshine Boy, and resident of Oxnard, was invited by the organization Partners In Flight to participate at the XXI Congreso SMBC y VI Congreso PIF para la Biología y la Conservación (XXI Congress for Biology and Conservation) in Costa Rica from October 30 to November 3.

After his successful participation in Costa Rica as a conservation biologist, he was invited as an author to participate in the 2nd Annual Local Authors Fair together with over 50 local authors from the Ventura and Santa Barbara County areas; they will be at the Camarillo Library to talk about their work one-on-one with patrons in an informal setting. The authors represent a wide variety of genres in fiction and non-fiction, including mystery thriller, memoir, poetry, young adult, children’s stories, cookbooks, and more.

Sunday, November 12, 2017 – 11:00am to 3:00pm at the Community Room. 4101 Las Posas Rd., Camarillo.

The Local Authors Fair aims to support the work of local authors and connect readers of all genres directly to the authors that write them.

René Corado was born in Guatemala and lives in Oxnard, California, since 1981.

He is a biologist and is the Collections Manager of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, the Museum with the largest collection of eggs and nests of birds of the world, with more than one million eggs and more than twenty thousand nests.

He is the President of El Lustrador Foundaton www.ellustradorfoundation.org and Art Commissioner of the City of Oxnard.

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