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2015 One READ Winner: About “Station Eleven” and Emily St. John Mandel

About the Book “Station Eleven” is a literary, post-apocalyptic page-turner. Twenty years after a deadly flu outbreak kills most of the world’s population, what survives? What matters? This haunting novel begins with the on-stage death of famous actor Arthur Leander … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Contest Winners: After the End

As part of this year’s One Read program and taking inspiration from “Station Eleven,” we invited you to tell a story about a world’s end, and what came after.  The world could be small and personal, like one’s family or home, … Continue reading

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Remnants: Art Exhibit Winners

For this year’s One Read art exhibit, we asked area artists to contribute works that explore the objects or relationships in our connected, complex and electrified world that we’d yearn for most if they were lost to us. At the exhibit’s … Continue reading

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Haven’t Read “Station Eleven” Yet?

It’s not too late! You can listen to the audiobook version of “Station Eleven” on KOPN, or read topical essays on the book in the Sunday Ovation section in the Columbia Daily Tribune. Starting August 31, the entire book will … Continue reading

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Author’s Talk With Emily St. John Mandel

This year’s author visit comes earlier in the program. Don’t miss this chance to hear Emily St. John Mandel speak about her novel “Station Eleven.” After her remarks, she will answer questions from the audience and sign copies of her … Continue reading

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