Fiction for Hispanic Heritage Month

Fiction for Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), a selection of recent novels by contemporary authors from throughout Latin America and the United States: Wicked Weeds (2016) by Pedro Cabiya Make Your...
Vietnam War Novels

Vietnam War Novels

In anticipation of The Vietnam War: A film by Ken Burns & Lynn Novick, premiering September 17th on PBS, here are a dozen critically acclaimed novels concerning many aspects of that era. The Sorrow of War Bảo Ninh A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain Robert Olen...
Seven Authors Not Coming to the Library

Seven Authors Not Coming to the Library

One program regularly offered at the library are author visits. Whether it’s a local writer promoting a new novel or an author knowledgeable about a topic relevant to our community, we’re always looking for artists to share their stories with us. However,...
Recent Feminist Fiction

Recent Feminist Fiction

Don’t even ask, just grab these recently published novels incorporating feminist themes or characters — [vc_row][vc_column width=”1/6″ el_position=”first”][vc_column_text] [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column...
Staff Picks on Kanopy

Staff Picks on Kanopy

Kanopy is a digital streaming service with movies and documentaries that you can watch for free with your GRPL library card. Find out more about what Kanopy has to offer and how to get started. In honor of this year’s Academy Awards, we thought it would be...