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A Galaxy of Authors, with Planets Named Pynchon, and Bolano, and Wallace, and Gaddis Orbiting the Imploding Star Called Melville by Nick Abrahamson

…And now what have we here?  Cadres of discerning readers, mostly male, incisive in their book sale crate digging, adherents supplicating at the altar of postmodern sprawl, have trained their eye on a forming planet still in its infancy within our authorial galaxy of ambitious doortstop novels. The planet’s name?  Sergio de la Pava.

Glossary for New Nonprofit Professionals

Cross-posted from GrantCraft.org:

Folks who are new to the field often request a glossary of terms just to make sure they know the basics. Our sister site GrantSpace (geared more towards nonprofits, while GrantCraft speaks more directly to funders) has shared the below list that defines the most commonly used terms in Foundation Center materials.

Tulsa Market Brief

Review Research Wizard's Tulsa Market Brief to get a snapshot of the latest business news in Tulsa. The monthly brief includes information on....

• Expansions

• Openings

• Relocations

          • Acquisitions

          • Layoffs

          • Closings

          • Restructures

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• Competitor Intelligence

Hearts and Flowers Volunteer Recognition

Every year the Tulsa City-County Library System likes to have a nice reception to say thank you to all the volunteers who keep us going! 

When:  Friday, May 16

Where: Martin Regional Library (2601 S. Garnett Rd.)

6:30: Friends of TCCL Annual Meeting, featuring busies meeting and election of board members

7:00: Dessert and Wine Reception

7:30: Musical Merriment by the Lib-Tones: A Tuneful Tribute Honoring TCCL Volunteers; Volunteer Recognition and Awards Presentation; 2014 Marcus R. Tower Service Award Presentation

Bare Bones

With the interior of the Central Library reduced to the concrete floors and columns, you can see the strength required to support the weight of many books.  The photo is taken from the third floor looking down to the second floor where the grand staircase was located.

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