literature

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Author On the Bookcase: Tanya Egan Gibson, author of How to Buy a Love a Reading

Author On the Bookcase
Tanya Egan Gibson

I met a great writer at the Virginia Festival of the Book last March-- Tanya Egan Gibson, author of How To Buy a Love of Reading. We stay up all night, with Kim Addonizio (awesome poet) solving the world's problems. What happens in Charlottesville stays in Charlottesville!

Tanya Egan GibsonSo, I'm so thrilled to welcome Tanya to On the Bookcase.

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Mary Sharratt Talks Book Groups

I'm excited to welcome Mary Sharratt, author of Daughters of the Witching Hill, to On the Bookcase! In her fourth novel, Mary explores motherhood, history, woman’s place in society, class, poverty.

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Laura Brodie, The Widow's Season @VABOOK March 19

The Widow's SeasonLaura Brodie's debut novel, The Widow's Season, was inspired by her UVA dissertation on widows in English literature.

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Think Outside the Box!

"Literature allows us to access the human condition in all of its complexities." comments Dr. Amy N. Ship, faciliticator of reading groups for medical professionals. She feels that literature can help them think creatively, as well as, clinically.

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