Monthly Archives: September 2011

Anita Rau Badami, by Sue Culhane

In recent years a vibrant field of Indian sub continental literature has developed. Writers such as Vikram Seth, Salman Rushdie, Amitav Ghosh, Rohinton Mistry are very much part of this movement. One of the newest writers in this field is a former journalist … Continue reading

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Mystery in the Twilight of September, by Catherine Gillier

There is mystery in the twilight of September. The dimming light paints movement in the trees. Together with the growing wind, the evening darkens the lake and casts the waves into eternal motion. Here at the library, late September is … Continue reading

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September Travels, by Catherine Gillier

As September lowers the night temperature and keeps the atmosphere chilly and clear, there is a change in the mix that signals a turning point, a new year. Here at the library, interesting books are showing themselves on the shelves. … Continue reading

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Celebrating a volunteer, by Sue Culhane

On Sunday September 11th the Haileybury Branch of the Temiskaming Shores Public Library is hosting a very special occasion. After approximately 40 years of commitment and dedication to the Library service Eleanor Huff has decided to retire from the Library … Continue reading

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