- Welcome back to The Story Behind the Story series. When I put a call for contributions a few weeks ago, I anticipated publishing mainly writers’ stories, but within a day from my post, I got an e-mail from Li asking whether she could contribute, and I said yes. 703 more words
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Your gallery is set in one physical space – this is brilliant as it means your visitors can experience the art as it was meant to be seen. 885 more words
Review: Procter, James, and Bethan Benwell. Reading Across Worlds: Transnational Book Groups and the Reception of Difference. Palgrave: Basingstoke, 2015.
By Sutida Wimuttikosol
Reading Across World is an insightful account of reception studies across several areas of enquiries centring around the presumed lay/professional readers dichotomy. 680 more words
It’s my Birthday Month!! And So, I am kicking off this month with a new Giveaway!!
This time I am giving away “The First Candle by author and scientist Eric B. 204 more words
Each year during national poetry month, we host a live poetry cafe in the library. This event has grown from 1 day to 2 days. It is our way of celebrating National Poem in Your Pocket Day, even though it usually falls on a day other than the national celebration. 367 more words