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Summer Reading Program Begins as School Ends

Pima County Public Library has many activities planned for all ages

Copies of "Chicano! The History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement" on a shelf at Tucson Magnet High School's library.

Book Club Discusses Literary Works No Longer Taught At TUSD

The Mexican American Studies Book Club meets for the first time

Poetry Off The Page

The U of A Poetry Center's spring symposium brings together cutting edge literary talent for a celebration of the creative freedom of poetry.

‘Food for Fines’ Week Underway

This week, you can use food to pay off your library fines

Tucson Festival of Books, 2012

Tucson Festival of Books Wraps Up at UA

4th annual draws thousands to meet authors, browse books, celebrate reading

The Great Gatsby

Go backstage at a rehearsal for Arizona Theatre Company's newest production, a stage adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby".

Carolyn Leigh and Nancy Solomon of the Sonoran Collective for Paper and Book Artists tell us about a creative book exhibition held at the U of A Special Collections Reading Room  this weekend that will include artists challenge of typical book makings where books are made of unique special foldings, materials and more.

Festival of Books: Artists' Work on Display

Creations challenge traditional formats for books, publications

Two Authors Share One Marriage, Distinct Approaches

Sierra Vista-based fantasy and horror writers Yvonne Navarro and Weston Ochse will meet their fans at the Tucson Festival of Books

Arizona’s Top 100 Library Books Unveiled

Statewide effort plots books on interactive map, as part of state centennial celebration

Author Jean M. Auel

The creator of the prehistoric world of The Clan of the Cave Bear series talks about the inspiration for her work.

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Morgan Schuldt Remembered

Although he was reluctant to call himself a poet, he was considered a great one by his friends and colleagues.

Tucson Author Larry Dane Brimmer talks about his book, "Black & White", which conducts a firsthand glimpse of a civil rights pioneer. Larry collected this data from interviews with Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth, whom was a elder statesman of the civil rights movement and a friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

For Young Readers: The Facts About Civil Rights Movement

Tucson author Larry Dane Brimner discusses his latest book, 'Black & White'

Author Thomas E. Sheridan is a panel member for a discussion called "Does Arizona History Matter?" being held at Hotel Congress. Here he explains the significance of Arizona's history.

Does Arizona History Matter?

Historian and author Thomas E. Sheridan shares his view on a question that says as much about the state's future as its past

TUSD's Interim Deputy Superintendent Maria Menconi informs us of the decision to terminate its Mexican American Studies Program and the books that were banned in those courses.

Mexican American Studies Books in Storage

District says the books haven't been banned

'Long Road Home'

Author Jeffrey J. Mariotte reads a seasonal tale about some of the emotions the holidays stir in those who are missing a loved one.

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