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Writing the perfect book proposal

Dr. Gregg Steinberg is offering a seminar titled, “Writing a Book Proposal That Sells” from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 in the Morgan University Center, room 303, on the campus of Austin Peay State University. The seminar is...
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Nashville to host Southern Festival of Books

Humanities Tennessee's "Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Words" will be held at the War Memorial Plaza in Nashville on the second full weekend in October.
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Zone 3 Press book garners Pen New England award

Earlier this year, the famed American poet Richard Blanco became a fan of a young poet named Karen Skofield. After reading her debut collection, “Frost in the Low Areas,” he admitted to falling “in love with poetry all ov...
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APSU history students help produce Kiwanis Club’s third “Faces of Valor” book

Since 2005, the Kiwanis Club of Clarksville has published two volumes of its popular “Faces of Valor” series, featuring the names and pictures of more than 600 local veterans, dating all the way back to the Revolutionary Wa...
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APSU to host evening of ancient Japanese storytelling

Greg Robic left his home in Canada and traveled to Japan to study Rakugo – the ancient Japanese art of comedic storytelling. He spent years as an apprentice to masters of this form, and today Robic is known as Katsura Sunshin...
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Harry Potter Book Night to be celebrated worldwide

Celebrate the world of Harry Potter with the first worldwide “Harry Potter Book Night” on Feb. 5 beginning at 5 p.m. at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library.
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Parnassus Books workshop helps build a better book club

Local authors Jennie Fields (Age of Desire) and Jeanne Ray (Calling Invisible Women) provide an author’s perspective on what makes a fun and successful book club meeting.
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