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Patricia Harman, author of The Midwife of Hope River, will speak at the Saturday Breakfast.

Patricia Harman, author of The Midwife of Hope River, will speak at the Saturday Breakfast.

Book Award Nominee Lisa Alther will appear on the Swimmers, Saints & Sinners Panel and at The Writers Block Party!

Book Award Nominee Lisa Alther will appear on the Swimmers, Saints & Sinners Panel and at The Writers Block Party!

Todd Hasak-Lowy will be at The First 180 Days Party.

Personal Complexity Amid Global Anxiety

The cause of Campaign Finance Reform prompted an 89-year old woman, Granny D, to walk across the entire U.S in a year.

Community Post: 28 Reasons Why We Need A 28th Amendment

The cause of Campaign Finance Reform prompted an 89-year old woman, Granny D, to walk across the entire U.S in a year.

Melanie Benjamin, author of The Aviator's  Wife, will be at The Moveable Feast of Authors.

Melanie Benjamin, author of The Aviator's Wife, will be at The Moveable Feast of Authors.

These books about libraries would make perfect gifts for the bookworm in your life!

11 Books That Will Make You Love Libraries Even More

These books about libraries would make perfect gifts for the bookworm in your life!

b.a. Shapiro. Have read all her books. Enjoyed them. What's the deal on Amazon? Few reviews or no reviews. I don't get it. I really like her writing.

b.a. Shapiro. Have read all her books. Enjoyed them. What's the deal on Amazon? Few reviews or no reviews. I don't get it. I really like her writing.

Barbara Brown Taylor is the Butman Professor of Religion at Piedmont College in rural northeast Georgia. An Episcopal priest since 1984, she is the author of 12 books, including the New York Times bestseller An Altar in the World. Her first memoir, Leaving Church, met with widespread critical acclaim, winning a 2006 Author of the Year award from the Georgia Writers Assn. Taylor and her husband Ed live on a in the foothills of the Appalachians.

Barbara Brown Taylor is the Butman Professor of Religion at Piedmont College in rural northeast Georgia. An Episcopal priest since 1984, she is the author of 12 books, including the New York Times bestseller An Altar in the World. Her first memoir, Leaving Church, met with widespread critical acclaim, winning a 2006 Author of the Year award from the Georgia Writers Assn. Taylor and her husband Ed live on a in the foothills of the Appalachians.

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