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Joaquin Phoenix the Book Whisperer

Joaquin Phoenix the Book Whisperer

https://nypost.com/2023/03/07/joaquin-phoenix-the-book-whisperer/

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Arlen Schumer to Guest on Live Radio's "Destinies: The Voice of Science Fiction" Tonight @ 11:30pm

Arlen Schumer will be a guest on the live radio show Destinies: The Voice of Science Fiction, tonight, Friday 3/3 @ 11:30pm on WUSB 90.1 FM, Stony Brook, NY, which netcasts at www.wusb.fm    He will mostly be discussing his book,The Silver Age of Comic Book Art: arlenschumer.com/product/the-silver-age-of-comic-book-art   After the show airs, it will eventually be archived for free at www.captphilonline.com/Destinies.html More information can be found at twitter.com/Destinies and twitter.com/DestiniesSF, as well as DESTINIES-The Voice of Science Fiction | Facebook  

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Come meet author, Michael Gregg Michaud at Larry Edmunds Bookshop

Come meet author, Michael Gregg Michaud at Larry Edmunds Bookshop

  Michael Gregg Michaud, author of Inventing Troy Donahuewill be at Larry Edmunds Bookshop SATURDAY, MARCH 25th at 4:00pm  https://www.larryedmunds.com/  

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Q & A with That Guy's Larry Hankin

Q & A with That Guy's Larry Hankin

What is the difference between your book and all the other books that are being sold today? No difference.  Mine is about the same as all of them: My book uses the same printing techniques, alphabet, words, same paper of some kind set into a book-page form that contains content or story (many or one), with a beginning, middle, and same “ends well for some but not for others”.  One half of them are called “Fact-Based”.  The other half are called “Fictions”.  Mine is a Memoir.  It means “Neither” in French. It’s based solely on events as I recall them. ...

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Extraordinary Visions: Stories Inspired by Jules Verne

Extraordinary Visions: Stories Inspired by Jules Verne

  Book World: 9 strangely wonderful books beyond the bestseller list Here now, is one of those nine: Any fan of "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" or "The Mysterious Island" - whether the books or the classic adventure films - should grab a copy of "Extraordinary Visions: Stories Inspired by Jules Verne," edited by Steven R. Southard and Matthew T. Hardesty (BearManor Media). Chosen from a competition sponsored by the North American Jules Verne Society (of which I am a member), the 13 stories derive from, or pay homage to, some of the French writer's best- and least-known works....

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