1. Judith FREEMAN, Pam HOUSTON, Karla KUBAN : Dames de l'Ouest

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    Étonnants Voyageurs 2000. Café littéraire avec : Judith FREEMAN, Pam HOUSTON, Karla KUBAN. Animé par Maëtte CHANTREL, Francis GEFFARD.

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    • Pam Houston reading from "Contents May Have Shifted: A Novel"

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      Pam Houston reading from "Contents May Have Shifted: A Novel" at the Arizona State University "Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference." Pam Houston is the author of two collections of linked short stories, Cowboys Are My Weakness and Waltzing the Cat, the novel, Sight Hound, and a collection of essays called A Little More About Me, all published by W.W. Norton. Her stories have been selected for volumes of Best American Short Stories, The O. Henry Awards, The Pushcart Prize, and Best American Short Stories of the Century. She is the winner of the Western States Book Award, the WILLA award for contemporary fiction, and The Evil Companions Literary Award and multiple teaching awards. She is the Director of Creative Writing at U.C. Davis and teaches in The Pacific University low residency MFA program, and at writer’s conferences around the country and the world. The Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference brings writers of all levels together for four exhilarating days in sunny Arizona. Participants get the chance to hone their craft in the classroom with distinguished writers, sharing dialogue during classes, readings, and other events. By keeping the number of participants small, we are able to offer an experience that is both intimate and affordable, all while maintaining our commitment to be the premier writers conference in the West. 2012 Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference Feb. 23-26 • ASU Tempe campus

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      • Pam Houston and Joe Wilkins: on nature, writing and travel

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        Published first at http://www.orionmagazine.org/index.php/newsfrom187/entry/7679/ “Wyld-Er-Ness” is a documentary series from the hearts of people who find passion and inspiration from nature. It is a story that reclaims nature as a place for truth and personal discovery. The more we use the language of nature the more we preserve nature itself. “Wyld-Er-Ness” invites you to hear from authors, naturalists, and activists, who have spent time in communion in the great “hardwood Cathedrals”. Their stories transport us to our darkest fears of nature and transcend us with a new sublime understanding of the Wyld. We invite you to hear their stories and come along on their journeys. Produced in part by a grant from the North Carolina Arts and Science Council. To learn more about this project visit Scott Temple and Sally Jacobs of Quickbloom productions. http://quickbloom.com/wyld-er-ness-documentary.html

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        • Pam Houston » The Rumpus

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          Wake up! It's Late! hosted by Stephen Elliott on Mon Nov 8 10, ft. kristen tracy, andrew winer, mg martin, pam houston, chris colin, emily heller, boy in the bubble, and chris von sneirden.

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          • M.G. Martin » The Rumpus

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            Wake up! It's Late! hosted by Stephen Elliott on Mon Nov 8 10, ft. kristen tracy, andrew winer, mg martin, pam houston, chris colin, emily heller, boy in the bubble, and chris von sneirden.

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            • Five Paragraphs from Pam Houston's Contents May Have Shifted

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              In five paragraphs from Contents May Have Shifted, Pam Houston tells a story of woman who was led to her new husband by the ghost of the man's son from a first marriage. The two later have a son together who also can communicate with the dead. When a widowed man comes to visit, the woman asks her son to check in the man's wife on the other side.

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              • The Infinite Tides

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                Book trailer for The Infinite Tides, a novel by Christian Kiefer. Bloomsbury Publishing USA summer 2012. Book trailer directed by Christian Kiefer using NASA footage in the public domain. Music by Christian Kiefer, Scott Leftridge, Tetuzi Akiyama, and Kevin Corcoran.

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                • Be Smart. Get a Library Card. 60 Second PSA

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                  A library card is the smartest card in your wallet, giving you access to free movies, music, eBooks, WiFi, books, magazines, classes, subscription databases and so much more.

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