An Afternonn of Poetry
with Anna Bowen, Kate Cayley, and Claire Tacon
Sun Apr 27, 2:00pm in the Bookstore
The Mom Shift
Tue Apr 29, 7:00pm $10 tickets at The Booskhelf or online at GCC
Geordie Miller reads from "Re:union" Thurs May 1, 6:30pm, Bookstore
A FAIRY'S DAUGHTER
Alison Wearing on stage at The eBar Friday May 23, 8pm
Presented by Eden Mills Writers' Festival
tickets at The Bookshelf or Ticketbreak.com
REVIEW: THE NEWS: A User's Manual
"The news is not only the main character, but it is simultaneously the protagonist, the antagonist, and the test subject. And Botton is not only putting the news under a microscope, he is examining human behaviour and what it reveals about human nature."
VIDEO: GUELPH GOGO GRANDMOTHERS
The Guelph GoGo GrandMothers (4Gs) have been raising money for the Stephen Lewis Foundation since 2006. The Bookshelf has had a wonderful partnership with them. Here, 4Gs member Sya Van Geest explains how this relationship has worked.
DID YOU EVER CLOSE YOUR EYES?
A MOM REVIEWS NYMPHOMANIAC
"I did send [my son] a text, 'I can hardly wait to see part two.' You know what? Iím serious. Not with [my son], mind you. Iím curious. To me, thatís a sign of a good film, when you connect with the characters. I want to know what happened to her." READ MORE
Q&A: JESSY BELL SMITH
"Guelph is unique in that, as it grows on the outskirts, there is a village that exists in the downtown that has really kept it's small town-ness in tact. The beauty of the small town is that things are allowed to be a bit strange, a bit forgotten, mysterious and overgrown, but full of love and story."READ MORE
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