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We're expecting a very packed house tomorrow for @rgay & @AmberTamblyn! Here's the parking & ticket info you'll need: http://ow.ly/LaW1E
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Want to see how your fave writers work? @periscopeco launches #WhereIWrite, featuring prominent writers: http://ow.ly/LjqNQ
Want to up your digi-stalking game on your favorite author? There’s an app for that. Twitter’s newly-released live video sharing app, Periscope, has teamed up with Hachette to launch #WhereIWrite, a series of videos from prominent writers. The month-long series runs through the month of April.
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In preparation for #AWP15, we asked locals which books or literary figures best represent the Twin Cities: http://ow.ly/L2RRS @awpwriter
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Powell's Books, Inc.'s profile photo
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Suite 200, Open Book 1011 Washington Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55415
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From novels to children’s literature, from playwriting to poetry, from spoken word to memoir, there’s something for everyone at the Loft.
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Incorporated in 1975 in a space above a Minneapolis bookstore, The Loft Literary Center has grown to become the nation’s largest and most comprehensive literary center. It is located in the award-winning Open Book literary arts building in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the heart of one of the most literate and book-friendly regions in the country.