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A Wolf in sheep's Clothing: John Darnielle's Wolf in White Van by Nick Abrahamson

For anyone familiar with John Darnielle, the charismatic, hyper-literate force behind the charismatic, hyper-literate indie band the Mountain Goats probably already has a pulse on happenings in book and publishing circles.

October Book Club

October's book for the Adult Learner Book Club is We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.  “We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Shirley Jackson's 1962 novel, is full of a macabre and sinister humor, and Merricat herself, its amiable narrator, is one of the great unhinged heroines of literature. ‘What place would be better for us than this?’ she asks, of the neat, secluded realm she shares with her uncle and with her beloved older sister, Constance. ‘Who wants us, outside?

Start-Up Basics with SCORE

FREE:  Start-Up Basics DATE:  Saturday, October 18 TIME:   10:00 - 12:30 PM LOCATION:  Rudisill Regional Library, 1520 N Hartford, Tulsa 74106 REGISTER NOW: Click here   Success Starts with SCORE Every business starts with a dream; Success starts with SCORE. Register today and receive expert guidance from successful professionals to make your small business dreams a reality: Will Your Idea Work?

Workforce Tulsa Recruiting Events

    Workforce Tulsa will be hosting Recruitment Events this week. This is a wonderful opportunity for individuals looking for a new career. Job seekers should arrive dressed to impress with resumes in hand. Date: October 15th & 17th Time: 10:00am Location: Workforce Tulsa,  14002 E.

Caveat Emptor by Will Thomas

I have heard it said that there are two types of people in the world: those that divide society into two types, and those that don’t. Yes, it’s an old joke, but it illustrates my point. Life is always more complicated than we assume, and never more so than when we discuss books versus e-books. Let’s wade into this topic for a moment, shall we? People get very emotional about books. Some fear that the hardcover shall go the way of the dodo bird. It won’t. E-readers fear that a Kindle may be a temporary technology, and that somehow this boon to Mankind will soon be curtailed.

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