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Harper Lee to release 2nd book

Francie Johnson

February 3, 2015

Author Harper Lee's name is instantly recognizable due to her one iconic novel: "To Kill a Mockingbird." In the 50-plus years since the book's 1960 publication, Lee has never had another novel published – but that will so...

Don't fear literature class workload

Reed OMara

November 9, 2014

Literature courses: Whether required for your major or for an elective, you’re likely to run into one, and if you are a procrastinator, you’re likely to hate one – even if you like reading. The first step to keep focus in a lit...

Bargains for Books to benefit, support youth literacy programs

Margaret Wilbourne

April 17, 2014

The Literacy Council of West Alabama reports that one in four Alabama residents are functionally illiterate. Leadership Tuscaloosa is hoping to change that statistic by hosting Bargains for Books, a garage sale that will benefit yo...

Slash Pine festival fosters writing

Kelcey Sexton

April 10, 2014

Slash Pine Press will host its 2014 Slash Pine Poetry Festival outdoors, in bars and beyond this weekend. Readings featuring more than two dozen poets will take place at venues ranging from the Gorgas House Lawn on Friday to Gr...

Rick Moody, Valerie Miner to speak at lecture

Drew Pendleton

April 10, 2014

Students, professors and members of the Tuscaloosa community alike will have the opportunity to attend a live reading by two highly acclaimed authors at the Jemison-Van de Graaff Mansion in downtown Tuscaloosa on Thursday at 7:...

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