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Fantasy Author Alex Flinn To Speak During Deckle Edge Literary Festival

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The South Carolina State Library and the SC Center for the Book are proud to sponsor an author talk by fantasy writer Alex Flinn during the Deckle Edge Literary Festival. Her talk, Fantasy for Young Adults, will be held on Sunday, February 26 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Richland Library.

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An Interview with Cecil Williams

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Pamela Hoppock, Katie Simmons and guest host Monique Walker talk with the multi-talented Cecil Williams about his history and experiences as a photographer during the American Civil Rights Movement, and he shares the stories behind some of his incredible photographs. Listen to episode 12 of the LibraryVoicesSC podcast here.

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Deckle Edge Literary Festival Kicks Off on Sunday Night with Readings by Local Authors at the Art Bar, Featuring Julia Elliott

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Returning for its second year, the Deckle Edge Literary Festival kicks off its festival week with a night at the Art Bar, one of this year’s festival hubs, on Sunday, February 19th at 8 pm.  

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SCSL to host SELF-e learning session Feb. 23

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Learn how SELF-e can help you publish your work. Join us at the South Carolina State Library on February 23 as we host the "Self-Publishing with SELF-e" learning session!

Attendees will learn how to upload publications to SELF-e, a statewide online self-publishing platform provided by the South Carolina State Library. Attendees will also review the IndieSC catalog of self-published books and learn about issues regarding copyright, using illustrators, publication formatting, and more.

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Listen to an interview with John Sherrer

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Katie Simmons and Dr. Curtis Rogers sit down with John M. Sherrer to discuss how he developed his interest in community history and delve deeper into Mr. Sherrer's book, Remembering Columbia. Along the way, they discuss Historic Columbia, visual literacy, and the many access points to historical information about Columbia available to anyone interested. Listen to episode 11 of LibraryVoicesSC.

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