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Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday November 01, 2012

LEARN TO WRITE YOUR MOVIE!
Here’s your chance to learn how the screenwriting pros do it.

A film

Submitted by tamason on Monday October 15, 2012

Please join us for the 6th Annual Workshop in Providence, RI. This year's theme is Immigration and Citizenship.

The 6th Annual African Studies Workshop (ASW) will feature a talk and discussion

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday September 04, 2012

Marilyn Monroe is one of the most iconic figures in the history of Hollywood, and her legendary work on the big screen is eclipsed

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

This intense new novel follows a middle-aged man as he contends with a past he has never much thought about--until his closest childhood friends return with a vengeance, one of them from the grave, another maddeningly pr

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

The bestselling author of "Cod," Kurlansky turns his attention to salt, a common     household item with a long and intriguing history, explaining how salt provoked and financed wars, secured empires, and inspired revolutions.

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

Who is Mr. Chartwell and why has he appeared at Winston Churchill’s door in July, 1964? In this utterly original and exuberant novel, Rebecca Hunt explores how two unlikely lives collide as Mr. Chartwell’s motives are revealed to be far darker

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

This deeply observed novel of contemporary Vietnam interweavesstories of a venerable soup seller, a young Vietnamese American curator, and an enterprising tour guide in ways that will mark all of their lives forever.

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

Carry Me Home:  Birmingham, Alabama by Diane McWhorter

McWhorter's

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

Torres plunges us into the chaotic heart of one family, the intense bonds of three brothers, and the mythic effects of this fierce love on the people we must become.

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

It's the early 1980s--the country is in a deep recession, and life after college (at Brown University) is harder than ever. With