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... and gender would enjoy it! Libba Bray Beauty queens lost ...

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... will take place October 11-14, 2018 , in and around Madison Public Library’s Central Library in downtown Madison, Wisconsin.  Event Highlights • New York Times #1 ...

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... for being alive.  Thursday, February 1, 7 pm Central Library - Madison Room, 3rd floor Ada Limon will read from and discuss her latest collection of poetry, Bright Dead Things Presented in ...

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Wisconsin Book Festival Event Central Library - Madison Room November 7th, 7 pm Known as one of the best storytellers and ... and then I started writing them.” Presented in partnership with Madison College Office of Equity, Inclusion and Community ...

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... everywhere.   --If you like your history a bit closer to home, Madison’s own Stuart Levitan continues adding to his survey of the city’s history.  Madison in the Sixties  covers that particularly fraught ...

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... will take place October 11-14, 2018 , in and around Madison Public Library’s Central Library in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. The festival will feature more than 60 events over four ...

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A young blacksmith's apprentice named Greta discovers a lost tea dragon at the market and uncovers the forgotten world of the Tea ... and attention. Tending to tea dragons has become somewhat of a lost art. A parallel is drawn between the tea dragon masters and the ...

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... Wendy thinks that Peter Pan has taken her brother to join the Lost Boys. She regularly sees Peter, at her window, during gym class, and at ... brothers in Neverland together. As Wendy tries to get her lost boys back home, the story comes full circle. The way the brain works ...

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... Roxane Orgill’s ‘Jazz Day’ does just that, and more. The photograph Harlem 1958 is now famous for picturing 57 jazz musicians in Harlem on August 12, 1958. Photographer Art Kane called for any and all jazz musicians to gather for ...

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... properties without permission, finally takes his son to task—but only over the lost properties. (“He thus proved himself a true Englishman,” Chesney’s narrator wryly notes.) The books go to dark places—I lost count of how many dead bodies there were by ...

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... in the World – Get Woke!”), and much more! It’s filled with wonderful photos and colorful pull-out quotes. It feels part autobiography, part photo album, and part heart-to-heart letter directly to her ...

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... our relationships. Curtis Sittenfeld takes a similar tack in her first collection, You Think It, I’ll Say It, featuring stories ... class as well, particularly middle-class African American life in her collection Heads of the Colored People .  Grappling with ...

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... transport for the cash-rich industry comes to grief. Meanwhile, Madison based author Chloe Benjamin follows up her debut The Anatomy ...

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Each year Madison Public Library partners with UW-Madison to extend the perennially popular  Go Big Read  program into the ... event at the Memorial Union Theater featuring a panel of UW-Madison faculty members. But you can also read it for yourself, join a book ...

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