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Books that make us Canadian...
A new installment in Anne DeGrace's mini-series on writers at the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival.
An Elephant Mountain Literary Festival Mini-series
All the reasons why you should befriend the library. Some of them might surprise you, says columnist Anne DeGrace.
Our columnist Anne DeGrace is happy that Novelist Kate Pullinger will be in Nelson for the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival soon.
Anne DeGrace on the delights of the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival, coming up soon.
Library columnist Anne DeGrace on how to do almost anything.
"Librarians don’t exactly sit around reading, and your library-social hub of the community-has a hard time staying quiet," writes DeGrace.
New book Pairings features 21 Nelson chefs and plenty of good eats.
Staff member Melodie Rae Storey doesn’t leave the library behind when she goes home. That’s because she has her own library.
"Poetry is as accessible as an apple, no matter what you may have been lead to believe about poetic hifalutin-ness."-- Anne DeGrace
The Nelson Library invites you to the Kid-sized Book Sale on April 11.
Nelson folks could be forgiven for thinking spring is upon us. I’ve been wearing shoes — shoes! — and I live in snowy Bonnington.
The publishing industry has been on its ear for some time. Upheavals in bookselling have shaken up sales.
It also stands for a whole bunch of other cool words.
Anything is possible in the random and serendipitous distribution of books.
’Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house folks were piling in to see The Hobbit.
And so ’twas the week before Christmas, and all through the Library not an elf was stirring—because they all had their noses in books.
Anne DeGrace writes warmly about being fuzzily home for the holidays.
As the book reveals, giving to good causes is not always straightforward. There are political and ethical questions.