If you’re one of those people who are worried about the impending switch to digital books and how they might ruin your independent bookstore, worry no more. Galleycat released a step-by-step instruction list on how to buy books from your favorite independent bookstore without succumbing to buying from the popular, mainstream bookstore sellers. It all has to do with Kobo, an e-reading device that allows users to buy books from their independent bookstores. Although the switch to e-books and e-readers is becoming more and more popular, you can still support your favorite independent bookstore through this simple program.
WRAC @ MSU: Congrats to Nancy Bunge on her latest publication "The Midwestern Novel"! #midwesternliterature
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Events on February 27, 2015
Collaborative Teaching and the Studio Model in FYW (Kristen Heine, Kate Fedewa, Kathryn Houghton)
2:40 pm at 313 Bessey (details)