The Pros (and Potential Pitfalls) of Self-Publishing

SLPL is excited to join over 200 other libraries across North America in celebration of Indie Author Day, an event designed to bring local writing communities together to participate in author panels, book readings and signings, workshops, presentations, and more! This Saturday, Central Library presents The Pros (and Potential Pitfalls) of Self-Publishing, a panel of Missouri-based…
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This week’s #Q&Ink

Tattoos have unique meaning to each individual. A person chooses their ink based on a personal connection. Throughout the month of September, SLPL would like to provide patrons with inspiring readings related to their art. Send a photo of your tattoo to editor@slpl.org and a Librarian will match your ink with a read. Or Tweet…
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80 years in the making: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s I’d Die for You

Gang, it's Banned Books Week! Come on down to the library and pick yourself up a few banned/challenged titles and a "Stand Up for Your Right to Read" bookmark... Or, if you can't make it in, add a Twibbon to your Twitter profile pic instead! And while we still have that First Amendment on the brain, in honor…
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This week’s #Q&Ink

Tattoos have unique meaning to each individual. A person chooses their ink based on a personal connection. Throughout the month of September, SLPL would like to provide patrons with inspiring readings related to their art. Send a photo of your tattoo to editor@slpl.org and a Librarian will match your ink with a read. Or Tweet…
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More #Q&Ink

Tattoos have unique meaning to each individual. A person chooses their ink based on a personal connection. Throughout the month of September, SLPL would like to provide patrons with inspiring readings related to their art. Send a photo of your tattoo to editor@slpl.org and a Librarian will match your ink with a read. Or Tweet…
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