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« Wednesday November 28, 2012 »
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Start: 10:30 am
    Village Books is now offering customers a total e-reading experience, including a full line of eReaders, eReading accessories, and eBooks from Kobo's catalog of nearly 3 million titles. Join Paul & the eTeam in the Readings Gallery as they demonstrate the new Kobo Readers and help you with any transition questions. Kobo's "Read Freely" philosophy supports an open platform and adoption of industry standards to ensure that you own the books you buy and are never locked to one device or service. Kobo's eReaders are award-winning devices, and Kobo is a leader in eReading, with more than 10 million registered users. Village Books will soon be selling Kobo eReaders.
Start: 5:15 pm
    Village Books is now offering customers a total e-reading experience, including a full line of eReaders, eReading accessories, and eBooks from Kobo's catalog of nearly 3 million titles. Join Paul & the eTeam in the Readings Gallery as they demonstrate the new Kobo Readers and help you with any transition questions. Kobo's "Read Freely" philosophy supports an open platform and adoption of industry standards to ensure that you own the books you buy and are never locked to one device or service. Kobo's eReaders are award-winning devices, and Kobo is a leader in eReading, with more than 10 million registered users. Village Books will soon be selling Kobo eReaders.
Start: 7:00 pm
Theophobia (fear of God) is a deviant and deviating poetic pilgrimage that takes the postmodern world as an object for divination, wildly seeking the divine in collisions of elements like the Human Genome Project and bioengineering, Dolly the cloned sheep, and Wikipedia's explanations of the Holy Spirit. Bruce Beasley is a professor of English at Western Washington University, and author of seven collections of poems, including The Corpse Flower: New and Selected Poems; Lord Brain (winner of the University of Georgia Press Contemporary Poetry Series award), and Summer Mystagogia, selected by Charles Wright for the Colorado Prize in Poetry.  He has won fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Artist Trust and three Pushcart Prizes.  His work appears widely in journals such as Kenyon Review, Gettysburg Review, Field, Southern Review, New American Writing, and is included in The Pushcart Book of Poetry: The Best Poems From The First Thirty Years Of The Pushcart Prize.
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