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New One Book (2008) podcast available!

One Book - One LincolnthirteenthtaleAnother one of this year’s One Book One Lincoln programs has now been released as an audio podcast on the library’s web site:

Jim McKee’s talk, Buried in Books: The Amazing Library of Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick from Sunday, October 12th, 2008, is 79 minutes long.

Give it a listen and leave your comments here, if you’d like!

One Book One Lincoln (2008) discussion from 5 City TV

One Book - One LincolnthirteenthtaleThroughout October 2008, 5 City TV aired a 30-minute program in which various Lincoln City Libraries staff discussed this year’s selected title, The Thirteenth Tale, with host Diane Gonzales. That episode has now been made available via 5 City TV‘s “On Demand” service.

If you missed it originally, or would like to see it again, click the following link to watch this episode:

One Book One Lincoln 2008 Discussion on 5 City TV

Wrapping up One Book – One Lincoln 2008

One Book - One LincolnthirteenthtaleWith the presentations “A Haunting at Olin Hall” and “The Stories We Tell: Did That Really Happen?” in the past 5 days, all special programming associated with the 2008 One Book One Lincoln community reading event has concluded. There’s still one more public book discussion opportunity — Eastridge Presbyterian Church’s regular book group will be discussing The Thirteenth Tale on Monday, November 24th at 7:00 p.m. at 1135 Eastridge Dr. — visitors are welcome. If you would like a library staff member to lead a discussion of The Thirteenth Tale for your private/public book group, business, or social organization, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 441-8562 to make arrangements. Book Club in a Bag sets of 10 copies of this year’s selection are available for check-out to groups wanting to sample The Thirteenth Tale.

Meanwhile, we’ve still got recordings of some of the special programming events that are being polished up and posted on-line. Here’s what has recently become available to you:

It Was a Dark and Stormy Read
This presentation by UN-L’s Professor Laura Mooneyham-White, on the history and traditions of the Gothic Novel in literature, is available as a two-part audio podcast on the library’s Podcasts page.

Buried in Books: The Amazing Library of Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick
This presentation, by Lincoln historian and book lover Jim McKee (and made possible in part by  the Nebraska Humanities Council), was about a noted Lincoln college professor whose obsession with books led to more than one home filled floor to ceiling with his collection. This talk was videotaped and is now available as a series of 12 YouTube files on the library’s web site, starting with Part 1.

…and there’s more to come!

Finally, if you participated in One Book One Lincoln in any way in 2008, and you haven’t already filled out one of our feedback forms in paper format, we encourage you to stop by our Feedback Page to let us know what you thought of this year’s book and programming events.

Thanks for taking part! We encourage you to continue to visit the 2008 One Book One Lincoln web pages, archived on the library’s BookGuide web site — the interactive portions of this year’s OBOL web site will remain active, including our Story Starters page and the One Book One Lincoln Blog, where you can always respond to discussion topics related to this year’s book selection.

Scott C.  / One Book – One Lincoln web site manager

The Thirteenth Tale programming events — What did you think?

One Book - One LincolnthirteenthtaleAs we near the end of the officially scheduled events of the 2008 One Book One Lincoln, we’re curious — did you attend any of our Special Programs? If so, which…and did you enjoy it or find it worthwhile? If not, what kind of special program might have inspired you to attend?

Your One Book feedback is always appreciated!

The Thirteenth Tale: Discussion Question #10

One Book - One LincolnthirteenthtaleDiscussion Question #10

How do you feel that The Thirteenth Tale compares to One Book One Lincoln finalists of past years? Was it your favorite of the finalists? If not, which one were you rooting for, and why?

(This is the last of the ten Discussion Questions from our official Resource Guide — but stay tuned for additional discussion topics to be posted in this Blog as One Book One Lincoln continues…)