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'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.
An exhibit at the U of A's Poetry Center celebrates verse written by celebrities like Leonard Nimoy, Jimmy Carter, Viggo Mortensen and Dolly Parton.
The best-selling fantasy author will be the guest of honor at TusCon 38, November 11th - 13th in Tucson.
Web Feature: A Bookstore at the End of the World
On a remote ranch outside Benson, a librarian tends a unique collection—and a devoted following
The Return of "Three-Minute Fiction"
Guy Raz, the weekend host of All Things Considered, talks about the latest round of the very, VERY short story contest that is open to everyone.
The Changing Face of the Public Library
The Pima County Public Library is relying more on digital media every day, but what does that mean for the future of paper books? Even librarians differ on the answer to that question.
Tucson 'Bloomsday' A Celebration of Irish Culture
Annual gathering honoring Joyce's book 'Ulysses' mixes oration, song and Irish pride.
Locals Unite for Literacy
Thousands of volunteers keep Tucson's library system alive--and lively
Digital, Traditional or Both?
Tucson's book, music and video stores face an evolving and competitive marketplace.
How Lisa Napoli Found Her "Radio Shangri-La"
A mid-life crisis sent this successful public radio producer to Bhutan, where she helped establish the nation's first youth-oriented community radio station.
Could There Be Life On Jupiter?
The acclaimed science fiction author Dr. Ben Bova talks about his new novel "Leviathans of Jupiter" and the real science that inspired it.
When Poetry Met Art
Vintage posters put literary legacy on exhibit at UA Poetry Center
NPR's Guy Raz and Three-Minute Fiction
The weekend host of All Things Considered talks about the latest round of his "Three-Minute Fiction" contest.
Acclaimed writer Leslie Marmon Silko shares secrets from "The Turquoise Ledge"
Her first book in ten years explores her own life and that of the Sonoran Desert in a non-linear fashion.
Exploring the story behind the deaths of three Boy Scouts near Tucson in 1958
Tucson author Cathy Hufault recounts the tragedy that sparked the largest search for missing persons in Arizona history
Where Art, Archaeology and Geology Meet
Authors celebrate the pottery of Mata Ortiz
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