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Georgetown Library

How to Publish a Great Book – WAT-AGE Publishing’s
Charlene Giannetti to Speak at Georgetown Library

Saturday, September 27th, 2014
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The world of book publishing has changed dramatically, not only in how people read books, but in how those books find their way into a

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Early MOrning Sky

Poet’s Corner: “Grateful” – Esther Cohen

Sunday, September 21st, 2014
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Grateful French psychiatrist Jacques Lacan, big theories, he says we qualify all our pleasures. Yes, But. We aren’t naturally grateful enough. This year I’d like

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books

Banned Books Week Preview Party

Saturday, September 20th, 2014
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“History proves there is no better advertisement for a book than to condemn it for obscenity.” Holbrook Jackson The Martin Luther King Jr. Library at 901

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Bittersweet audio

Bittersweet: Introducing the Latimer Twins

Monday, September 15th, 2014
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Neither pair of twins was quite identical, which led to fierce debates as to what exactly constituted “identical” in twins. Best-selling Australian author Colleen McCullough

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stepping stones

Poet’s Corner: “Stone Love” – Joanna Clapps Herman

Sunday, September 14th, 2014
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  I search the river bed Feeling for stones Use only my toes   Curl my distal digits around Pick them up with these unhands

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Dog

Dogs Rule, Nonchalantly: Illustrated Life With Canines

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
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Everything’s better with a dog. Mark Ulriksen, illustrator for The New Yorker and other publications, has just completed his first book: Dogs Rule, Nonchalantly. It recounts

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Tomato

Poet’s Corner: “When We’re Passing Through” –
Esther Cohen

Sunday, August 31st, 2014
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When We’re Passing Through one of those inconceivably beautiful states, let’s say Maine, absolutely oh my god villages maybe Brooklin, where EB White wrote Charlotte’s Web

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beach reads featured

It’s Not Too Late for Great Beach Reads

Saturday, August 30th, 2014
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While summer may be winding down, there are at least two more weekends at the beach ahead.  If you haven’t yet had a chance to

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