Monthly Archives: February 2009

Don’t Want to Celebrate Valentine’s Day?

There is a perfectly good reason why….

Author Hannah Holmes’ book The Well-Dressed Ape is available at KFL now!


Can’t get enough of Jo Walton’s Small Change trilogy?

There’s a short story set in that world available at Tor’s website.

And if you’re not familiar with the trilogy, swing by the library and pick up Farthing.  You won’t be sorry.

Authorial smackdown!

In a recent interview, Stephen King said, “The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good.”

Yow.  I hope that Stephen King doesn’t run into any middle school girls any time soon…

Another round of the Tuesday Night Film Series…

…begins tonight at 7pm.  This month’s theme:  The Afterlife.

Tonight’s film is a 1943 Ernst Lubitsch classic about a man who, after his death, has to explain the choices he made in life in order to find out whether he’ll be playing a harp or trying to keep cool.  It stars Don Ameche and Gene Tierney.

For more info about the program, see our website.

David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas

to be a movie?

“What may look like a nightmare from the outside is just one day at a time for me.”

Sir Terry Pratchett on living with early-onset Alzheimer’s.