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Women's Writes

Margo never disappoints and she's done it again this month with another crop of hidden gems form Metro Library shelves.

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Ready Player One: Classical Music and the World of Video Games

Some of the best composers in the world make their living writing music for games - Breck's got your list of the best.

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Time(lord) for the New Season of Who!

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Doctor Who is back on TV! After a full year without The Doctor it's more than a little reassuring to have him around again. If you're new to Who, or just want to read books with a similar feel to the show, check out this list of sci-fi, mystery, and time travel fiction.

 

 

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A New Republic

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Celebrate the Festival of the Arts this week and prepare for the fantastic upcoming Wiley exhibit at OKCMOA with Chris' art history post!

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In Love with Love and (non)Lousy Poetry

Reagan has some strong reads for National Poetry Month.

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A Kid's Guide to Healthy Kids

Tired of telling your kids to brush and scrub? Ngoc has some great library material that will help them develop their own clean habits.

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You Oughta Be in Pictures

The relationship between books and movies is as strong as ever and Kassy has the best of upcoming films and TV inspired by books.

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Sundial, one of John B. McLemore's favorite things

Already binged S-Town? Spend a little more time wandering around inside the maze that is John B’s brain with Britni's book recs.

Dark and Stormy Romance

Mysterious bad boys feature prominently in Meg's New Adult romance recs this month. 

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Calling all writers, prosaics, poets, and pontificators!

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Looking to publish or promote your eBook? Look no further than your library! We're rolling out two new services today that do just that.

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