- Thursday, 28 October 2010 10:26
One Book fans —
Tonight is the last of the scheduled “public” book discussions for 2010 for the One Book – One Lincoln selection, I Am a Man. If you are available and are interested in participating in a discussion of Joe Starita’s book, you are encouraged to join fellow readers at:
Barnes & Noble Booksellers — 5150 O St. — 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Two book discussion groups have invited One Book fans to join them for discussions in early 2011. Check out the One Book – One Lincoln 2010 Discussion Groups page for more information regarding dates, times and locations.
If your private book group would like to have a librarian lead a discussion of I Am a Man, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If your private group is willing to have other One Book fans join you for a discussion session, please let us know, with contact, location and timing information, so we can promote that opportunity on the One Book – One Lincoln site!
- Friday, 22 October 2010 10:23
One Book – One Lincoln fans —
A new One Book – One Lincoln event has been added to the One Book calendar with very short notice. For those who are interested and available to attend, here’s the information about the 2010 Native American Read-In:
Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 – Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Ponca Tribe of Nebraska – Lincoln Office
1701 E St.
Judi M. gaiashkibos, Executive Director Nebraska Commission of Indian Affairs; Christine Lesiak, Executive Producer at NET Television; Mary Kathryn Nagle, attorney and playwright; and Larry Wright, Jr., Chairman of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, will read selections from and discuss the impact of the 2010 One Book-One Lincoln title I Am a Man: Chief Standing Bear’s Journey to Justice. Author Joe Starita will also be in attendance and Channel 5 City TV will film the event to air in celebration of November’s Native American Heritage Month. The public is invited to attend the read-in.
For those who can’t attend — we’ll post information and/or links, once the Channel 5 City TV broadcast becomes available!
- Monday, 18 October 2010 10:21
A short information pamphlet is now available for One Book – One Lincoln participants — stop in at any Lincoln City Libraries location to pick up one of these 6-page guides.
Part of that pamphlet is also available to be printed from the One Book – One Lincoln web site — our official discussion questions!
So, if you’re leading a discussion of Joe Starita’s I Am a Man with your private book group, or just want some talking points to use in your own contemplation of the book, stop by our Book Discussion Groups page for 2010 and click the link for our Official Discussion Questions!
- Friday, 08 October 2010 10:18
Here are the opportunities you have to interact with One Book – One Lincoln in the next few days:
On Saturday, October 9th, after visiting the Farmer’s Market in the downtown Haymarket district, stop in at Indigo Bridge Books in the Creamery Building at 701 “P” St. for a book discussion of I Am a Man, led by one of our library staff members. The discussion group starts at 2:00 p.m. and should end around 3:00.
On Tuesday, October 12th, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., you may join fellow readers for a library-led discussion of I Am a Man at the A Novel Idea used bookstore, 118 N. 14th St., also in downtown Lincoln.
Throughout September, a special episode of City Focus about One Book – One Lincoln aired on the city’s public-access channel 5. That episode is still on City 5 TV’s on-demand channel online. Click here to view (you’ll need RealPlayer installed on your computer).
A little further ahead:
The organizers of One Book – One Lincoln are pleased to announce that author Joe Starita will be giving a public talk about the research and writing of I Am a Man, and the issues that the book addresses, in the Rotunda of the Nebraska State Capitol Building, on Sunday, November 7th, starting at 2:00 p.m. Starita will follow his presentation with a Q&A session, and will then sign copies of the book for anyone who brings theirs along or who purchases a copy from the Landmark Store gift shop in the Capitol’s lower level. This event is co-sponsored by The Lincoln City Libraries, The Nebraska Library Commission and the Nebraska Center for the Book.