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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Literary essays sought for book

Bona Fide Books in Meyers seeks literary essays for “Permanent Vacation,” a collection about life and work in national parks. In Volume 1, readers enjoyed tales...

WordWave features original one-act plays

More than 100 one-act plays by hopeful writers were submitted to the WordWave One-Act Play Competition earlier this year. A dedicated team of readers...

Libraries of place

There are such things as little free libraries scattered around neighborhoods across the country where people place and borrow books. But, what about a...

Insight through Poetry | How ARC Creates Leaders

Just days into her first backpacking expedition through the snowy Lost Sierra, Daisy Sanchez was almost ready to give up. “There was so much weight...

Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl

The fourth annual Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl continues a tradition of featuring local and regional authors at venues throughout the California Avenue corridor in...

Riding Tahoe singletrack

Truckee resident Jeremy Benson recently released the newest guidebook “Mountain Bike: Tahoe. 50 Select Singletrack Routes.” The book is the first of a new...

Kids book published

Rebecca Holloman has self published a children’s book, “Lake Tahoe + Four Cousins = Adventure.” The book features the illustrations of Terri Sopp Rae. “This...

Connecting to the West | Mark Maynard

Mark Maynard’s book, “Grind,” seems to contain insider information about the Northern Nevada area and people. If you’ve ever been to a ski resort,...

A Bona Fide success

Stepping into the Bona Fide Books headquarters is like stepping into an eclectic world of creativity. The charming space in Meyers is stocked with...

Tahoe Local | June Sylvester Saraceno

Story by Tim Hauserman  ·   June Sylvester Saraceno moved to Tahoe in 1984 from her childhood home of North Carolina. “My surfer ski-bum friends...