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My Week in Books: You Gotta Read These

I had thought to follow a theme for my next bookish post, having encountered 3 titles in a row involving dragons, but some other reads captured me deeply, and here they are. It’s still a theme. Just not a topical … Continue reading

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Amplifying Diversity: Small Presses

Originally posted on educating alice:
The ongoing and hugely important conversation featuring #ownvoices, diversity, and equity was most recently centered around an unfortunate WSJ journal article which Allie Bruce unpacks in her RWW post, “Why ‘Rock Star Librarian’ is an Oxymoron.”  I highly…

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Looking at Red

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Originally posted on Gail Harker Center for Creative Arts:
Red is one of the most powerful colors when it is at its brightest. But Red has many moods and may be the most misunderstood color of all. For instance when red starts…

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My Week in Books

Maybe I’m back with this feature, which I loved and apparently my readers did, too. I’ve challenged myself to read 200 books this year, and I’m off to a good start.  I’m sharing two I accidentally read at the same … Continue reading

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Looking at Blue

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Originally posted on Gail Harker Center for Creative Arts:
 I asked my husband, Don if he liked the color blue and if so, what made it interesting to him? He answered me in a short sentence:  Blue is blue and…

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