Veterans Writing

St. Louis Public Library supports veterans, not only with the recent WWI exhibit at Central Library, but through our Veterans Writing group, which is for Veterans and family members of veterans who have the desire to write or who are already writing and want a group to share with. The group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7-8:30 p.m. for more information visit https://www.slpl.org/news/scribblers-for-veterans/

In the Center for the Reader we have a display in place to honor our veterans. Please check out the following fiction books centering around different wars:  The Killer Angels A Novel of the Civil War By Shaara, MichaelCatch-22 By Heller, JosephSlaughterhouse-five Or, the Children's Crusade, A Duty-dance With Death By Vonnegut, Kurt,  For Whom the Bell Tolls By Hemingway, ErnestAll Quiet on the Western Front By Remarque, Erich Maria, and The Things They Carried A Work of Fiction By O'Brien, Tim

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