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Reading Wrap-Up | November 2016

I didn’t read that much this month. But I’d still say it was a good reading month. I also haven’t done a wrap-up in awhile, and I want to get back into doing so. 173 more words


Róisín Meets.. author Roddy Doyle

Roddy Doyle is this week’s guest on the Róisín Meets podcast. He talks about his latest children’s book, Rover and the Big Fat Baby, The Commitments and writing for Roy Keane. 29 more words

New Exhibits Are Up In St. Pete. Space Opens By Appointment Only Thurs., Fri., Sat., January 1, 2017

Welcome All –

The M.O.M. Museum Art Annex is poised to open its doors on January 1, 2017. The new hours are by appointment only. You must call ahead or e-mail: PH: 207.504.3001/MOMmuseum@gmail.com. 492 more words


Mateos Zarifian - The Poet Who Defied Death

Mateos Zarifian – the poet who defied death
Selected Works
Library of Armenian Classics, pp 365 – 472, 1981, Yerevan
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The Literary Drover No. 14

The Need To Read

By Will Schwalbe

We all ask each other a lot of questions. But we should all ask one question a lot more often: “What are you reading?” 2,520 more words


Quotes I Liked - Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children

“I had just come to accept that my life would be ordinary when extraordinary things began to happen.” – page 12

“All I could think was that grandfathers were supposed to die in beds, in hushed places humming with machines, not in heaps on the sodden reeking ground with ants marching over them, a brass letter opener clutched in one trembling hand.” – page 36… 171 more words