Meet Kansas archaeologists, learn about archaeological field schools, and watch a live flintknapping demonstration on Saturday, May 4, 2013.
Staff Picks: ‘Tis the Season
Who was Sylvia Plath? Why is her poetry still read and discussed today? Find out as Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley interview Miranda Ericcson about Sylvia Plath’s life and work in this illuminating and insightful podcast. Have you read Sylvia Plath’s poetry or her novel The Bell Jar? Share your thoughts with us!
In this interview, find out why Chapter 3 author Miranda asked “What did I get myself into?” when she was writing the Community Novel SpeakEasy!
The Library’s Pets Neighborhood has many wonderful pet memoirs. Come check them out.
When my husband and I first started cooking on our own I barely cooked with meat for two reasons: 1.) It grossed me out to touch it and 2.) I wanted to experiment more with meat-free cooking. Okay, there is also an element of laziness added in this equation, but we will ignore that […]
Years earlier the warlike Norlander conquered the Shadar, stole their lands, and enslaved them to work in the mines and temples. The Shadar want to throw off the Norlander yoke, and secretly plot a rebellion, but they need help. So, they turn to the legendary mercenary known as the Mongrel.