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Despite his status as a veritable rock star of the poetry world, Billy Collins opened PoetryLife Weekend at Florida Studio Theatre on Friday with self-deprecating humor before turning slightly more ... Read more »

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A woman riding the commuter train into London every morning gazes out the window of the train at a block of suburban houses. Each day the train stops at a ... Read more »

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JEFFREY R. ORENSTEIN will discuss and sign copies of "Fixing American Government" at 2 p.m. April 26 at Bookstore1Sarasota, 1359 Main St., Sarasota. www.sarasotabooks.com; 365-7900. TEENS are invited to a ... Read more »

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What happens in Liane Moriarty's best-selling novel "Big Little Lies" could happen in any upper-middle class enclave, but the Australian author has set her story of family secrets and dysfunction ... Read more »

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I'm on a bit of an Australiana kick these days, in part because my younger daughter is an American ex-pat living in Melbourne. So last month I enjoyed listening to ... Read more »

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JERRY MORRIS, collector and authority, will speak on association copies at 1:30 p.m. March 29 at the St. Petersburg College Library / Seminole Community College in Seminole. www.floridabibliophilesociety.org; 365.2169. PROSE ... Read more »

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Wanda Brunstetter does not live in Sarasota's Pinecraft neighborhood, nor is she Amish, yet she's built a substantial career writing books — novels and cookbooks — about the communities she ... Read more »

Three lives collide in Australian author Brooke Davis's debut novel, "Lost & Found," in a story that charmingly combines comedy and tragedy. The story opens with 7-year-old Millie Bird, who ... Read more »

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As a child, my favorite fairy tales were those by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, not just because I grew up near a small Danish community in California, but ... Read more »

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WILLIAM HEYEN and KARLA LUINN MERRIFIELD will read from their poetry at 2 p.m. Feb. 22 at Bookstore1Sarasota, 1359 Main St., Sarasota. 365-7900; www.bookstore1sarasota.com. CHRISTOPHER MERRILL, Hermitage artist in residence, ... Read more »

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CALVIN BRANCHE, collector and authority on John D. MacDonald, will discuss MacDonald's life and work at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 15 at the University of Tampa Library. Sponsored by the Florida ... Read more »

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'Prequel" isn't exactly the right term to describe "Lila," the third of Marilynne Robinson's novels set in a small Iowa town in the years before the middle of the 20th ... Read more »

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'Prequel" isn't exactly the right term to describe "Lila," the third of Marilynne Robinson's novels set in a small Iowa town in the years before the middle of the 20th ... Read more »

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Tim Berra was an avid reader as child, and knew from an early age that he'd be a biologist when he grew up. "I read all these adventures, travelogues, William ... Read more »
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