Nashua Creates

The library’s platform for collecting and sharing the work of our local creative community both in the library and online.

Get your work into the libraryperson in their studio holding a saxophone

Have you created a book, video, or CD that you’d like to donate to the library for others to borrow? We’d be happy to accept it, please click here for our guidelines on how to submit your work. We’ll put it on our Nashua Creates display near the Information Desk on the main floor of the library and it will be included in the library’s catalog.

Post your work on the library website

If you’ve created a digital video, music recording, poem or other digital art of any kind you can use the creator tool to upload it to our online collection for others to enjoy.

Publish a book

Have you wanted to self-publish a book but weren’t sure how to go about it? PressBooks gives you free access to a DIY book design and production software that you can use to format your books for e-book stores and print-on-demand services. Once you’re ready to publish your eBook, you can submit it to the IndieAuthor Project (IAP). All eBooks submitted to the IAP by local authors will appear in our online featured author collection and in the library’s online catalog. The very best submissions are selected for the IAP’s curated collection and have the opportunity to earn royalties.

Create group projects

We can set up an online collection of projects created by your group, school, or club. Email us about setting up a custom submission page.

Check out your neighbors’ work

You can see and borrow work by New Hampshire creators here. These works are always available for checkout, with no due dates and no lending limits.

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Nashua Creates