It’s a new year, but the Book Baristas are up to their old tricks. Their latest review is of Liv Constantine’s “The Last Mrs. Parrish”. Read the full review here.
The library will close at 5:00 PM Wednesday (11/22) and will reopen Saturday (11/25) at 9:30 AM to observe the Thanksgiving holiday.
The clocks have turned back, the nights are coming earlier, but the Book Baristas keep reviewing! This time they tackle “Beneath A Scarlet Sky” by Mark Sullivan. Catch the full review here.
Come join us for a workshop to learn about oral history techniques this Saturday, November 18th 1pm to 4:30 pm. Funded by the Maine State Library and conducted by Oral History and Folklife Research, the workshop will cover interviewing skills, sound recording skills, and an introduction to the legal and ethical issues in oral history work. Oral History and Folklife Research is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the stories and voices of Maine.
Event Type(s): Guest Author/Speaker Event
The Baristas take a dive into poetry with this look at Morrison’s latest collection of poems. Find the full review here.
The Book Baristas round out the summer season with “Stranger In The Woods” by Michael Finkel. Read their full review of this true story of the Northwoods Hermit here.
Back from the long weekend, the Book Baristas aren’t slowing down. On tap this week: “The Paris Spy” by Susan Elia MacNeal. See the full review here.
It is sequels week for the Book Baristas and they have some recommendations. See the titles they’ve been spilling their pumpkin spice everythings on over at the blog.