Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Wild Goose literary e-journal

After working as Blue Mountains City Library’s Editor-in-Residence throughout 2014, Natalie Muller is launching an exciting new project: The Wild Goose literary e-journal The official launch will be held at Katoomba Library on Saturday 13 December, 2014 at 2pm, and … Continue reading

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Reminder of Temporary Closure of Springwood Library

Remember Springwood Library and the Council Customer Service Desk will be closed next week from Monday 1 December 2014 Both services will reopen on Monday 5 January 2015   This closure is to allow for the final phase of the … Continue reading

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Scroobius Pip on libraries

BBC Radios’ 6 Music program has posted a clip of spoken-word and hip hop artist Scroobius Pip reciting his special poem about libraries. Watch it here. We think it’s pretty sweet!

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What Library Staff are Reading – November 2014

This is quite a long list because not only did we miss a list in October but I have been on holidays so spent a few days along the couch with my nose in books – HC. Far from the … Continue reading

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Alison’s Picks – November 2014

Craig Sherbourne : Tree Palace  Richard Flanagan : The Sound of One Hand Clapping  J W Ironmonger : The Coincidence Authority  Richard Powers : Orfeo  The links will take you straight to the Library Catalogue so you can put a Hold on a copy … Continue reading

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The Last Refuge by Craig Robinson

The Last Refuge by Craig Robinson (2014) Found on the Adult Crime Fiction shelves at ROBINSON Plot Summary : You can run from your past but you can never hide from yourself. The Faroe Islands.  One murder in twenty-five years. … Continue reading

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Centenary of the Wentworth Falls School of Arts Building

Please join us at Wentworth Falls Library for a celebration of the Centenary of the School of Arts Building. Saturday 15 November, 2014. 12 noon until 2pm. We are taking you back to 1914, with a reading of excerpts from … Continue reading

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