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Shakespeare and Company Reading, Paris - July 30, 2015

The Cambridge Writers’ Workshop is proud to announce that we will be hosting Guggenheim Fellowship and two time NEA fellowship recipient David Shields for a reading at… 250 more words

Cambridge Writers' Workshop

Readings Set Times

We are proud to bring you and Riverside DIY Print Fest an AMA-ZINE set of readers! This year, we’re breaking it up through the day to allow vendors and attendees time to browse and multiple opportunities to pop in to enjoy readings! 124 more words

Riverside DIY Print Fest

Today's reading

Eight of Arrows

In the darkness of failure the burning torch of hope remains lit in the human soul and encourages struggle. Courage is needed to survive the storm. 34 more words


What's the Deal with Archives? Does Anyone Really Know?

Disclaimer: I am not an archivist and I have minimal experience with archives. However, I thought that I at least knew what an archive was. Boy was I wrong. 818 more words

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Your Cards for Friday: 4 of Earth & White Buffalo Calf Woman

For today, we have the 4 of Earth (Pentacles) from Angel Tarot by Doreen Virtue and Radleigh Valentine.

The 4 of Earth is a card usually associated with possessions and earthly power. 258 more words

Your Cards

Furze is the Shakespearean Word Of The Day (05/22/15)

Furze (n.)

Furze means spiny shrub, gorse. Furze is cited twice in Williams Shakespeare’s play The Tempest (Tem. I.i.62) Gonzalo alone says: “Long heath, brown furze, anything.” Another citing in… 45 more words