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Desperation Book Swap Planned

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College faculty members are organizing a Massive Desperate Emergency book swap Saturday on the college’s Hades Quadrangle (rain location: Whit A. Hellhole Auditorium) and urging everyone in the Dystopia community, as well as faculty and students from other nearby colleges and universities, to attend and “bring as many books as possible.” 346 more words

A Trip to the Library

Now that I finally have my library card sorted out I spent a good part of the weekend casing the local library. I have (shocker, I know) always loved libraries and I used to volunteer at the tiny one in my hometown. 1,354 more words

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My Little Part in the Local Summer Reading Program

I have been involved with donating a prize for the Summer Reading Program to our small town library for the past few years now, and this year I decided to go big. 709 more words

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Write Here: The Worst Song I Ever Loved

In Library Journal this month, Henrietta Verma discusses writers’ groups and gives a shout-out to The Worst Song I Ever Loved, a writing project I ran for the Parkes Shire Library in New South Wales. 62 more words

Libraries

Library, Prague, Czech Republic

Library, Prague, Czech Republic

Laura Beth reblogged this on Hot Shot Headlines and commented:

Here's another jaw-dropping photo from Just Wunderlust. As many of you know, I love reading and I love books. Libraries fit into that category as well. This photo has me drooling and lusting for another overseas trip! Also, I've heard Prague is one of the most sophisticated cities in all of Europe. Have any of my readers been to Prague? I hope everyone's having a terrific Tuesday!


Until the next headline, Laura Beth :)

Shakespeare: Metamorphosis at Senate House - Exploring the Seven Ages of Text

With Metamorphosis, The University of London kicked off its Shakespeare anniversary celebrations with a well-conceived exhibition that highlighted how the Bard’s longevity is not so much preserved by print, as as was saved by it. 1,404 more words

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