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Honoring South Carolina Veterans and their Legacies

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The South Carolina State Library invites you to visit our new exhibit titled Honoring South Carolina Veterans and their Legacies. The exhibit opens on Monday, November 6 and is available until November 30, 2017. Join us as we recognize South Carolina’s rich military history and the significant military presence in our state today.

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Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival to be held November 2-5, 2017

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In November 2017, Charleston (England) will join creative forces with Charleston (South Carolina) in the first annual Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival. The festival will bring acclaimed U.S. and international authors to South Carolina for a series of events over several days to share ideas, books, and to meet readers and book lovers from the Lowcountry and across the nation.

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Speaker @ the Center - James Everett Kibler, Jr. - November 9, 2017

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Join us for November's author talk and book signing: Taking Root: The Nature Writing of William and Adam Summer of Pomaria by James Everett Kibler, Jr. Written across two decades, this collection of essays by the Summer brothers offer an impressive environmental ethic. Sustainability and long-term goals were key to their philosophy.

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USC Fall Literary Festival 2017 to be held October 26, 31, and November 9

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The University of South Carolina’s Fall Literary Festival, now in its 18th season, brings three major authors to campus over the course of a few weeks every year. This fall authors Terrance Hayes (Oct. 26), Richard Michelson (Oct. 31.), and Lydia Millet (Nov. 9) visit campus.

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