Book Notes: The Newsletter

Thanks to the volunteer efforts of Mary Martin, there are 2000 copies of the Spring 2007 issue of Book Notes on the way to dozens of libraries around the state for distribution to their patrons.

If you are a member of the Center you should have received your newsletter by mail about two weeks ago. If you are not yet a member of the Center you can pick up a free copy of Book Notes at many New Hampshire public libraries and a few bookstores.

This issue is our largest to date (16 pages) and includes several articles on book discussions and one-book projects; the first of a series of columns by Pat Fargnoli, NH Poet Laureate; a piece by Willard Williams of Toadstool Bookshops about how he became a bookseller; a profile of Celia Thaxter; and the latest on various NH Center for the Book projects. So, stop by your local library or bookstore next week and pick up your copy. If you like what you see you can join the Center and get the Fall issue mailed to you directly. Enjoy!

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