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READS ARCHIVES OF PAST EVENTS
Robert West discusses the poetry of Natasha Trethewey.
Dr. Ted Atkinson
discusses The Killer Angels
in commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil
Chris Snyder presents J. R. R. Tolkien and The
Kardos discusses the Maroon Edition book for 2012 called
Cantrell discusses her book Into the Free,
books and events for 2012
Grant Winners for 2011-2012
Optimist's Daughter, Fall 2011
for My Antonia by Willa Cather,
Programs (Short Stories and Poems) 2011
Freeman Fund Teacher Awards for 2010.
2010 World War II programs
Programs for Three Cups of Tea
by Greg Mortenson, August, 2010.
Bebe Freeman Fund Grants
2010 discussion of Ellen Douglas's Can't Quit
You, Baby by Noel Polk
West discusses poet Robert Frost, March 2010.
Lincoln Revisited--Celebrating the Bicentennial, Fall 2009
Lincoln Revisited--(Program Information)
events continued into the fall with storyteller Betty Ann
of Summer 2008 programs.
about the Spring and Summer 2009 programs, including
Gifted Hands, Suzanne Marrs,
Noel Polk, and Nancy Hargrove as well as MSU Coach Dan Mullen.
of SOAR awarding SR President Harry Freeman grant money
and SR officers 2007-2010.
Review the Calendar
for the Fall 2008 Big Read (Jack London's The
Call of the Wild).
the calendar for The Natural and
the baseball events
for spring 2008
photos of the 2008 Summer Reading Events
Starkville Reads in the 2007 Christmas parade!
here to see complete list of events for recent Mystery
in Mississippi 2007 Fall Program
here for a list of Mississippi mystery writers.
series: Mystery in Mississippi 2007 Fall Program--Carolyn
Haines appeared August 8. Read about her and her
Series of Programs (Spring 2007) See completed Big Read
Calendar of Events for To Kill a Mockingbird
sponsored in part by the National Endowment
for the Arts Big Read.
about the second series author (Fall 2006) and book The
Black Flower by Mississippi writer Howard
Bahr. This program was sponsored in part by the Mississippi
about the first book The Return of Gabriel
(Spring 2006) and its Mississippi writer John