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Local Author Collection
The Aurora Public Library District's Local Author collection is designed to promote a reading culture in Aurora and to support the local arts community.
This is a donation-based collection. To donate your work to the library please: 1. Complete the Local Author Donation Form here and submit it with your work 2. Be an Illinois resident
Helpful Links for Local Authors
A suite of resources available to everyone Illinois for free. It allows authors to design and export your own e-book using Pressbooks software. Once you share your e-book you can submit it for inclusion in:
Indie Illinois: a statewide collection of independently published Illinois authors
You can also access inkie.org to read the works created by independently published authors using the Biblioboard website. · No holds · No checkout limits · No borrow limits
Type of Material
New FictionAdult Books
Adult Books and Audio Books
Teen Books and Audio Books
Juvenile Books and Audio Books
Magazines (current issues do not circulate)
Circulating Tote Bags
Interlibrary Loan Books and CDs
Interlibrary Loan DVDs
*Bookmobile loan periods, limits and fines may be different.
When an item is damaged, lost, or not returned, the customer will be billed the purchase cost of the item. Replacement costs for materials owned by another library are determined by the owning library. For more information, view our Membership policy here.
The privacy and security of your personal information is important to us. The Aurora Public Library District uses the information we collect from you to verify your eligibility for a library card, to communicate with you about items you have borrowed or requested, and to inform you about library services and programs. Your information may be shared with a contracted third party to assist in retrieval of library items. The library maintains computer usage logs for a brief and limited period of time. Information about computer usage and the material you check out is protected by the Illinois Library Records Confidentiality Act. The library collects demographic data on an optional basis to hold ourselves accountable in the service we provide the community. The library does not use personally identifiable information provided to us online except in the aggregate, in order to design services that are responsive to community need.