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Dreams and War: Local Author Releases New Book

Dreams and War: Local Author Releases New Book

CAM BOOK CLUB: A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing at Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum–Oct. 15th

CAM BOOK CLUB: A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing at Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum–Oct. 15th

The Book Club meets monthly to discuss books related to the current exhibition. A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride Thursday, October 15  6 pm $4 | members free about the book.…. Love to read but can’t make the discussion meetings? Read with us and follow us on Twitter to join the discussion. […]

Alfonso Guilin: Conflict Lemons

Alfonso Guilin: Conflict Lemons

By Sheryl Hamlin How fitting that Alfonso (Al) Guilin’s favorite authors are Hemingway and Steinbeck, both master storytellers whose prose of realistic, unadorned text reflects their own lives and experiences. And, like all good authors, Mr. Guilin of Santa Paula, California honed his craft through the discipline of personal journals over a period of five […]

Undercover Reunion Book Signing – Better Response than Movie

Undercover Reunion Book Signing – Better Response than Movie

By Raven West To celebrate the premier of the movie “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” Panaro Brothers presented OPEN CHANEL D – A BOOK SIGNING EVENT with Author Raven West signing her newly released novel Undercover Reunion. David Panaro poured a taste of his Napoleon Solo (Doucette), Illya Kuryakin (Moscato) and the Alexander Waverly (dry Riesling […]

Local author on a roll: ‘Down the Road’ on sale today!

Local author on a roll: ‘Down the Road’ on sale today!

“Primitive Terrain” New book from local author Tim Pompey

“Primitive Terrain” New book from local author Tim Pompey

Tim Pompey has just released his ninth book of fiction, a book of short stories titled “Primitive Terrain.” Following the trends of his most recent books in which he delves into the odd, the magical, and the ghostly, Pompey has written a series of stories that explore unusual themes like shape shifting, the crumbling future […]

Merchants of Doubt–Book, Movie and Climate Sleight of Hand

Merchants of Doubt–Book, Movie and Climate Sleight of Hand

    By Michael Greer Robert Renner is a very clever filmmaker, although not a very honest one.  He opened his film at the Magic Castle in Hollywood with a magician explaining sleight of hand. If you can divert people’s attention from what you are actually doing, you can make them believe something else. He […]

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