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The Literacy Crisis

The Literacy Crisis

  . By LARRY SAND  . Our illiteracy rate is alarming, but the ed establishment doesn’t seem to be concerned. The biggest problem in the country today? Some may say that it’s healthcare, while others will insist that it’s the economy. A third group maintains that it’s ISIS. While a good a case can be […]

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Every time I write a book, I go through the same process – I have an amazingly brilliant vision of the whole story (as seen from a distance); I start to put it down on paper and it dissolves like cotton candy on the tongue; I freak out and feel insecure about the tripe I’m […]

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Award-winning poet to present reading Harryette Mullen was finalist for National Book Award

Award-winning poet to present reading Harryette Mullen was finalist for National Book Award

“Reading and Conversation with Harryette Mullen” will begin at 4 p.m. in the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art on the Thousand Oaks campus. Mullen is the author of eight books of poetry, as well as short stories and critical essays. “Recyclopedia,” released in 2006, won a PEN Beyond Margins Award and “Sleeping with the […]

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

Tapping Your Creativity with J.J. Brown

BookFest Comes to Camarillo

BookFest Comes to Camarillo
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