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Our currently featured books, “Byrd,” by Kim Church, “Ember,” by Brock Adams and “Without Leave,” by Deborah Fleming, can be found by scrolling down below this post, or by clicking the author’s name on our Authors page.

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UPCOMING ON SNOWFLAKES IN A BLIZZARD, FEB. 5-11

“LISTEN,” BY FRANCESCA VARELA.

Listen tells the story of May, a piano-genius college freshman who dreams of becoming a brilliant composer. In her school’s practice rooms, she meets Conner, an undeniably unattractive junior, and she is immediately captivated by his raw musicality on the piano. As May tries to navigate college life and fulfill her music dreams, Conner pulls her toward the natural world, toward her own wildness, and, ultimately, toward the wildness within her music as well.

“ECHOLOCATION,” BY KRISTIN BERGER

From both the visible and invisible margins of life, from the Oregon forest to high desert, from lake to river, the poems of Echolocation, by Kristin Berger, seek to reconcile memory and loss with a world still very much alive and beating. In a time of diminishing truth and light, this book locates beauty and holds space for its returning.

Adds the poet: “With this book, I hoped to be honest, use language in new ways, stretch myself poetically and also enlarge my heart. To be present with pain and beauty. To witness what’s possible through poetry, and underneath it.”

FIRST TUESDAY REPLAY

This week, we will revisit “Dreamtime,” by Alan Martin, “Crooked Moon,” by Lisette Brodey, “Shrink Wrapped,” by David Liebert, “Closing the Store,” by Maren Anderson, “Bullet Bill Dudley,” by Steve Stinson and “Candyland,” by Vicki Salloum.

 

 

 

 

 

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Recently retired after 35 years with the News & Advance newspaper in Lynchburg, VA, now re-inventing myself as a novelist/nonfiction writer and writing coach in Lake George, NY.

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