Within the framework of the World Writer's Day, members of United Russia, Young Guard, as well as supporters of the Party organized and conducted a literary evening with quiz elements in the youth library. “We called the topic of our meeting with the guys“From Blogger to Writer”. Today, in the age of ubiquitous use of gadgets, all kinds of social networks and applications, many try on the costume of the writer. However, in this profession, in order to become a true master of words, one must study and work a lot, first of all, on oneself, "said the leader of the Balashikha Young Guard, a member of the local Political Council of the United Russia party, Alexei Yegorov. The participants in the evening learned about the basics of creating a literary work, the nuances of the work of a writer in a particular genre, as well as about finding and choosing a topic for a book. During the discussion of various ideas, the guys were able to try to write a synopsis of the future story themselves. “I run social networks and today during the literary evening I learned a lot of interesting things. One of the main things is to decide on the topic of a future post or story, to clearly define who it will be addressed to, who its target audience is,”said Nikita Efremov, a Young Guard. Also in the youth library there was a literary hour dedicated to the book by Yuri Olesha "Three Fat Men". Pupils of school 9 got acquainted with the author's biography and remembered the plot of a wonderful fairy tale. Today libraries in Balashikha have become key art spaces, where various webinars, performances are held, and various literary disputes on topical topics are organized. One of these sites was the literary museum of the Silver Age poet Andrei Bely in the library in the Zheleznodorozhny microdistrict. “We have collected unique exhibits related to the life and work of Andrei Bely, who lived and worked in our city. It was during this period that he wrote some of his most iconic works. You can see the typewriter used by Andrey Bely. We have collected a whole collection of his published works,”said Zinaida Goloshchapova, a member of the United Russia party, director of the library. On the eve of the World Writer's Day, a member of the United Russia faction in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Hero of Russia Maxim Suraev visited the museum. The parliamentarian got acquainted with the exposition and left his commentary in the guest book.