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TONY SOUZA will lead a discussion on American architecture at 6 p.m. Sept. 2 at Bookstore1Sarasota, 1359 Main St., Sarasota. 365-7900. LITERALLY SARASOTA will meet to discuss "Fierce Radiance" by ... Read more »

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As a little girl growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Gwendolyn Calvert Baker was part of a warm, interconnected African-American family of several generations that supported one another in all ... Read more »

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OK, this business of rooting around in the archives of deceased or very elderly famous authors has got to stop. Last month it was "Go Set a Watchman" by Harper ... Read more »

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Twelve years ago actress Sylva Kelegian adopted her first dog, a shepherd-corgi mix named Sammy, while living in New York City and "fell madly in love with her." The dog ... Read more »

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If you're not a Mainer, it may take you a few minutes to wrap your brain around Tim Sample's accent in his delightful reading of a new short story from ... Read more »

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The title of Jeff Lindsay's latest book about serial killer Dexter Morgan says it all: "Dexter is Dead." And not to be a spoiler, but take the title at face ... Read more »

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I'm a big fan of Jane Smiley, having read and enjoyed just about all of her books. And I admire the premise of her "The Last Hundred Years" trilogy, of ... Read more »

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  SARASOTA FICTION WRITERS meet at 6 p.m. July 7 at Selby Library, 1331 first St., for a writing workshop with guest speaker Linnea Sinclair, winner of RITA, PERAL and ... Read more »

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Before listening to "H is for Hawk," an unusually beautiful and moving memoir by Helen Macdonald, I knew less than nothing about falconry, and was even less interested. But Macdonald's ... Read more »

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Kazuo Ishiguro's first book in 10 years uses fantasy to explore the history of post-Arthurian Britain. Read more »

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On the night of June 21, 1964, three civil rights workers in Neshoba County, Mississippi, were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan and law enforcement, their bodies dumped at the ... Read more »

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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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Mystery writer Lisa Unger will discuss her "journey from aspiring writer to published writer, and all the adventures along the way" when she speaks Monday evening at the Manatee Performing ... 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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It is not poet Billy Collins' goal to get people to write poetry. Instead, he'd like them to read it rather than fear it, and suggests that reading poetry is ... Read more »
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