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The Urbane Book Club unwrapped (@urbanepub)

For anyone who hasn’t yet seen or heard me banging on about it (where have you been?), this month I became a member of the newly instituted Urbane Book Club. 1,609 more words

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Janet MacLeod Trotter reblogged this on Janet MacLeod Trotter and commented:

An interesting selling model from a new publisher - a year's subscription to all their titles. 'Urbane' looks intriguing. Something for reading groups to consider perhaps ...?

A Book Review: “N” (The Compass Series) by Stephen Santos

I never ask for more than I deserve/You know it’s the truth/You seem to think you’re God’s gift to this earth/I’m tellin’ you, no way. 1,321 more words

Ruthin Library Reading Group - 14th December, 7.30

The Muse by Jessie Burton

On a hot July day in 1967, Odelle Bastien climbs the stone steps of the Skelton gallery in London, knowing that her life is about to change forever. 160 more words

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Cylch Darllen y Dysgwyr - Ruthin Library, 25th November

Mab y Cychwr by Haf Llewelyn.

A historical novel set in Meirionydd in 1603 bursting with romance, jealousy and intrigue. By the author of “Y Graig”. 9 more words

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Ordered Universe Reading Group (Durham)

A short notice to say that an informal reading group will be taking place, under the aegis of the Ordered Universe, at Durham, over the rest of Michaelmas Term, and then again in Epiphany and Easter. 198 more words

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mourning becomes utopia

In this fresh hell, InterCcECT stands by our founding project, the pursuit of abstraction as both explanation for existing situations and inspiration for new situations, and we stand for the thinkers, makers, doers, survivors, gatherers who have lived other hells and will fight this one too.   69 more words

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Chomsky and Foucault on Human Nature (Theory & Philosophy Reading Group XXIII)

Friday 9 December 2016, 7pm: Old Capitol Books and Direct Action Monterey Network are hosting the twenty-third Theory and Philosophy Reading Group. In this month’s reading group, we’ll be exploring one of the most famous philosophical debates of the twentieth-century: the debate between Michel Foucault and Noam Chomsky. 157 more words

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