Beethoven’s versions of Irish songs, new Irish art and poetry

RTÉ Jr, all day After struggling for control of the music away from the adults on DJ For a Day, the kids finally usurped the entire station for World Children’s Day – get ready for a weekend full of news, entertainment, and entertainment. opinions and musical programming designed for children. …

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Author! Author! Literary Series Presents a Trio of Dynamic Writers for Virtual 10th Season

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Author of the Deschutes Public Library Foundation! Author! literary series rings in its tenth season with three powerful writers: Amy Tan, Tommy Orange and Neil Gaiman. The new season will be entirely virtual, with each author bringing a unique voice and perspective to the table: AMY …

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Jason Mott and Tiya Miles win National Book Awards – Sentinel and Enterprise

NEW YORK (AP) – Jason Mott’s “Hell of a Book”, a surreal meta-narrative about an author’s promotional tour and his haunted past and present, won the National Book Award for fiction – a twist that Mott had not imagined for himself. “Hell of a Book” is a satirical version of …

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A Look at Northwestern Literature | Events

Yourika Enoumi Now that the days are getting darker and more dreary, there’s no better time to romanticize life in the Northwest. Ann Spiers’ novel “Back Cut” and David Berger’s book “Razor Clams: Buried Treasure of the Pacific Northwest” showcase the best of Washington, both artistically and practically. The two …

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University of Alaska Anchorage: UAA Club Council Germbbusters Coloring Book Now On Sale!

November 17, 2021 The AUA Club Council is proud to continue its commitment to the fight against hunger amongAnchor children and families by posting “Germbusters: Rise of the Germ Monsters”,a 20 page coloring book for children in the Seawolf community. Feeding the children of AnchorageLimited edition digital and print books …

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5 writers are shortlisted for the 2021 CBC Poetry Prize

From left to right: Mia Anderson, Lise Gaston, Adriana Oniță, Bola Opaleke and Alison Watt. (See individual pages for credit) Five writers from across Canada were shortlisted for the 2021 CBC Poetry Prize. The finalists are: The winner will be announced on November 24. He will receive $ 6,000 from …

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Announcement of the 2021 National Book Awards winners

Jason Mott won the Fiction Award for his novel “Hell of a Book” at the 2021 Virtual National Book Awards on Wednesday night, held at the offices of Penguin Random House. “The hell of a book” opens with the story of a black author traveling the country to promote his …

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Emirates Airline Festival of Literature announces 2022 author list

The Emirates Airline Festival of Literature has announced its 2022 lineup, the selection paying homage to the source literature behind some of today’s most compelling films and series. Bridgerton author Julia Quinn and Chernobyl 1986 Author Serhii Plokhy, both of whom have had their respective works turned into hit Netflix …

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The book cellar is a great place to find treasures

Talk about a wonderful place to visit on a cold, gray day. There is nothing more welcoming than the book cellar of the Dover Public Library. You would never guess that descending those steps to the library basement would lead to such a comfortable, charming and welcoming hideaway. There you …

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I am starting a new project and I need help. What do you know about Poetry Harbor?

I am looking for people attached to Poetry Harbor. Google tells me that the late Patrick McKinnon (DNT in the spotlight here) may have been a founder? Ellie Schoenfeld too? Looks like Larry Schug posted with them (Obsessed with mud)? Sheila Packa too (Always say goodbye)? There were two award-winning …

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