LITERARY ENGINEER: Long Time, No See
So it's been forever since I've posted. (I think I repeat this same line often.) But I don't want to get rid of this site yet. I'm still working on the querying thing, along with my writing and my edi... Posted on 8/18/17 at 3:29 PM
FARGO PUBLIC LIBRARY Author Newzad Brifki to Visit Fargo Library Wednesday, June 28
Local author Newzad Brifki will visit the downtown Main Library at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, for a presentation featuring his recently published memoir My Journey to American: A Kurdish American Stor... Posted on 6/23/17 at 11:41 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Giant of the Senate
I've never been much for writing book reviews.Mainly because I don't know how to write book reviews. Call this one an appreciation. (If you feel you have to call it anything at all.)
I noticed a lot ... Posted on 6/4/17 at 8:39 AM
DOING IT DOWNTOWN Nerdy Night Out
Nerdy Night Out
Comic Shop Is a Paradox Among Downtown Fargo Bars
BY ANDY WESTON
Tomes filled with stories of spandex-clad heroes and tabletops where warlocks and warriors clash in epic battles can be... Posted on 3/27/17 at 6:30 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES: TRAVELS AND EXPERIENCES GATHERED OF A FORMER MINNESOTAN Interesting Facts About Germany: Books and the Ten Commandments
Here is an interesting story to share with you to start off this article: At an elementary school in Bad Oldesloe (between Luebeck and Hamburg), a group of pupils during an after-school class (Schul... Posted on 3/10/17 at 10:21 AM
What elements make up a great summer? Participating in the Fargo Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program is one way to have a great summer. This year’s program combines science and reading in ways that will appeal to readers of all ages. The free Summer Reading Program begins Monday, June 2, and runs through August 9.
Economics professor author of three sci-fi books
FARGO – By day, Clark Jackson is a mild-mannered accountant in Des Moines, Iowa.
By night, he’s a universe-traveling adventurer, encountering alien species and solving out-of-this-world problems after discovering a portal to other planets and dimensions.
Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan says in a new book that he considered himself a racist growing up. In a new book entitled "Michael Jordan: The Life" by author Roland Lazenby, the five-time National Basketball Association most valuable player and current owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, says that as a teenager he was "against all white people."
Are you a fan of Anne Shirley? If so, you will not want to miss the library’s Fans of Anne event celebrating author L. M. Montgomery’s classic Anne of Green Gables and everything that is Anne Shirley set for 2 p.m. Saturday at the downtown library.
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