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Voy a estar con mis libros en Write On Vancouver

I'll be with my books at Write On Vancouver

Library Square Promenade - Vancouver Public Central Library...
Saturday May 12th 11:00 am- 4:00 pm
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A day-long celebration of local writers and publishers at VPL: attend a workshop, ask an expert your writing questions, hear writers read their works, or browse the author and publisher tables.No registration required. All events are first come, first seated. Keynote:From Cave Walls to Computers by....
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Armless Artist Paints With Feet
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People Are Awesome posted an episode of Spotlight.

Art breaks barriers!

🎨 Tom Yendell

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"A New House" a #shortstory By Rokhl Korn, translated by Seymour Levitan

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A Rokhl Korn story exploring themes central to the author's life and work: wandering, home, and the capacity of aesthetic creation.
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Looking for some summer fun at one of the nicest literary festivals around? Join me on Denman Island along with some other pretty fabulous folks including Marina Endicott, Yasuko Thanh and Sheri-D Wilson.

http://denmanislandwritersfestival.com/fest…/thewritingweek/

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¿Qué se puede hacer con 25 toneladas de basura?
En Argentina, ¡construyeron una escuela!

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La Gaceta Salta

[ MUY GRACIOSO ]

¿Cómo reacciona un actor de Hollywood a los productos argentinos?

Chris Patt, uno de los actores de Avengers, probó mate, dulce de leche y arroz con leche.

‘AWAKENING,’ a #shortstory by Isaac Babel
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All the people in our circle—brokers, shopkeepers, bank clerks, and steamship office workers—taught their children music. Our fathers, seeing no future for themselves, came up with a lottery. They played it out on the bones of little people. More than any other city, Odessa was possessed with th...
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Meirav Kaye to HSA - Holocaust Social Archive

In 1942, a man chose to be led with 192 children to the gas chambers... 80 years later, he is still celebrated for his act!

In memory of the Holocaust, let's never forget the heroes who stood up in the name of humanity ❤️

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We entrust Canadian creators to tell our stories. They need our help to ensure they are properly compensated.
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Robert Fulghum:
"Combine two very similar good stories into one better story -sacrificing what is true for the sake of truth."
"Combina dos buenas historias muy similares en una historia mejor, sacrificando lo que es verdad por el bien de lo que es cierto."

Thinking About Jewish Children’s Literature in a Time of Antisemitism
by Katherine Locke https://t.co/OSRZT3AduK
Thank you, @Bibliogato!

*I gave this speech at a small group brunch at my home synagogue. I’m sharing it here for those who couldn’t make it or were interested.
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Biblioteca del Congreso was live.

Charla de la escritora Adela Basch en el Auditorio Leonardo Favio del Espacio Cultural de la BCN.

A mi juego me llamaron!

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Mara Wilson, #writer and star in the beloved film 'Matilda' — based on Roald Dahl’s classic #children’s #book, she talks ‘Matilda,’ activism & anti-semitism.
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Mara Wilson knows a thing or two about the excitement of storytelling. Though she’s most famous for starring in the beloved film Matilda — based on Roald Dahl’s classic children’s…
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