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botanical gardens

Poet’s Corner: “The Botanical Gardens Gift Shop” –
Susan Moorhead

Sunday, October 12th, 2014
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The Botanical Gardens Gift Shop We all wear the same things, bright scarves, artful earrings, shoulder-length or cropped graying hair.  Groomed yet somehow vaguely askew,

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Ellen Stimson

Ellen Stimson’s Good Grief: Further Adventures in Vermont

Thursday, October 9th, 2014
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Ellen Stimson’s latest book, Good Grief is a heartfelt account of her smiles and trials. She tells the story of how her family comes together

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broken

Poet’s Corner: “Broken Places” – Brittany DiGiacomo

Sunday, October 5th, 2014
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Broken Places I I wake mid sleep from the soft slap of your hand. Draped beads clack against the closet door as the waves from

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running

Matt Fitzgerald’s 80/20 Running
Why Fast Doesn’t Always Win the Race

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
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Being told to slow down in order to run faster might sound like a contradiction, but that is exactly the advice expert trainer and sports

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Hummingbird

Poet’s Corner: “Approaching Nectar” –
Margaret Sullivan Waldhelm

Sunday, September 28th, 2014
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Approaching Nectar They came in early morning With a shimmering Of green jewels and ruby throats Lured to sweetness from far away From wild wood

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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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