Michael Czarnecki Returns to Baraboo!

Join us at the Baraboo Public Library for a special Palm of the Hand led by Michael Czarnecki himself! He’ll be leading a memoir-writing workshop at 12:30pm on Tuesday, April 14 at the Baraboo Public Library.

That evening, Michael will be presenting Poems Across America, a travelogue of his quest to read poetry in each of the lower 48 states, accompanied by stunning photography of all the places he visited.

Michael Czarnecki, Poems Across America event. Tuesday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Baraboo Public Library.

Library Poetry Series: Michael Czarnecki

We were so excited to host poet Michael Czarnecki for the first of the library outreach series today! If you missed it, you can listen to the presentation here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/l6qos

Michael Czarnecki answers audience questions

Michael Czarnecki answers audience questions

Image of Foothills Publishing books

Foothills Publishing Books

You can catch up with Michael at www.foothillspublishing.com/poetguy orwww.foothillspublishing.com/Photography

On Facebook, you can see a daily photo and read a daily haiku at www.facebook.com/michael.czarnecki.35

Cambridge Companions Online Trial

The UW Colleges Libraries are conducting a trial of a new resources – Cambridge Companions Online (UW Colleges users only)

Cambridge Companions Online is an online database of the Cambridge Companions series of guides on topics in the humanities, which are each written by experts in their respective fields. The database “covers literature, philosophy, religion, classics, cultural studies, and music.” The database includes over 500 titles, and is updated as new Cambridge Companions are added to the collection.

There are three collections included:

To try it out, click on the link above or check out these selected titles:

Once you’ve tried it, let the Libraries know what you think – there’s a form here or you can email us at brblibrarystaff@uwc.edu.

Happy reading!

Library Writers Series: John Bates on Mar. 6th!

(Update 3/6: The audio recording for the lecture at the UW-BSC is available here: http://coursecast.uwc.edu/DisplayCast.aspx?id=12578)

Join the UW-BSC Library and the Reedsburg Public Library as they present writer John Bates for his lecture Writing to the Head, Hands, and Heart: One Naturalist’s Attempt to Reconnect People to the Natural World.

For your convenience, the lecture will be held at two times and locations:


Poster in PDF form: Writers Series John Bates March 2014_BooU