literature

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    Bookworms find cozy digs at Carbondale bookstore

    Yes, you read that right. Carbondale has a bookstore again. White River Books is located on Second Street, between Main Street and the Rio Grande Trail.

    Owner Izzy Stringham said, since welcoming her first customers on March 3, “pretty much everyone is over the moon that there’s a bookstore back… read more →

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    Recommended Reading: “The Summer of Lost Letters”

    By Jamie Dale

    GCPLD Youth Services Coordinator 

    As a child, I would often leave fake love letters hidden in the walls of houses while we were moving out. 

    I wanted desperately to find one of these hidden messages myself; toread more →

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    Book Launch: “HOODWINKED” by Larry Gottlieb

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    Join us in welcoming author Larry Gottlieb presenting his new book “Hoodwinked.”

    Our superstitions have us *hoodwinked.
    Those superstitions are responsible for Albert Einstein’s declaration that “you can’t solve problems with the same thinking that created them in the first place.” Constructing belief systems on top of superstitions is…

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    AUTHOR TALK WITH WRITER IN RESIDENCE CASEY GERALD

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    Casey Gerald is the author of “There Will Be No Miracles Here,” a memoir that stands the American Dream narrative on its head, while straddling the complex intersection of race, class, religion and sexuality.

    TWBNMH was named a Best Book of 2018 by NPR and The New York Times. The…

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    Exploring colonial literature

    By Carlos Herrera Montero

    Para leer Flores y Cantos en Español, siga el enlace.

    As we previously saw, the process of conquering the lands that peoples and cultures previously inhabited in “the new world” (which would later be called the American continent) was anread more →