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Booked: Pigs, Poetry and Prognostication

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Booked: A New Rival for Amazon?

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Booked: Outdoor Poetry, Student Authors and Autographs!

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Booked: Free Poetry and a Free eBook

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Booked: Much, Much Cooler Than You

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Poetry events this week

Get your poetry this Wednesday, March 9 when the Midwest Poetry Vibe converges at Irie, located at 302 S. 11th St. on the edge of the Old Market. The event, which runs from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., will include a mix of poetry, R&B and live performances, not to mention food and drink specials. * Saturday, March 12 is the state finals for Nebraska's Poetry Out Loud competition at the Sheldon Art Gallery (12th and R on the...

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Omaha’s Borders safe despite company’s woes

* The big news for book lovers last week was the announcement that Borders had filed for bankruptcy protection and was closing 200 stores. The good news is that none of the three Omaha-area stores are among them. In an email to customers, President and CEO Mike Edwards assured customers that the stores are still open for business and that their loyalty program, Borders Rewards, is still in effect and that their...

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Booked: Discussions, Poetry and Prose

It’ll be a busy weekend at the Bookworm, located at 87th and Pacific. On Saturday, Feb. 12, author David Philip Mullins will sign copies of his book, Greetings from Below at 1 pm. Winner of the McCarthy Prize for short fiction, Mullins’ debut has been praised for its raw confessional style. On Sunday, book discussion group Books and Bagels will meet to discuss Five Quarters of the Orange by Joanne Harris, the...

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A Busy Week at the Bookworm; Show Off Your Literary Tattoos

* There’s a lot going on at The Bookworm at 87th and Pacific in Countryside Village this week. Saturday, Jan. 29, bestselling romance author Victoria Alexander, aka Cherry Griffin, will sign copies of her latest book, The Perfect Mistress, at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 30, Haitian-born physician and University of Nebraska Medical Center Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Dr. Rubens J. Pamies, along with several UNMC...

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Orphan Trail

Author Marilyn June Coffey says she tears up every time she reads this part of Teresa Martin’s story: “As she slipped her wide foot into her shoe, she felt like Cinderella donning the glass slipper. Up from ashes. She could hardly breathe. After all those school children’s taunts, after the years living with the hurtful Biekers, the years scrubbing floors, the lonely fight to be educated, after a lifetime of...

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