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January 23, 2009

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sherry

I love it! A review with lyrics from Poi Dog Pondering...wow.

I just picked up this book. Maybe I'll start with one of the stories mentioned as a favorite of the group.

I enjoy these reviews by the Books & bars moderator.

Darby Lohrding

Thanks Jen! Until this post I had not heard of this book nor this group ...I've now checked them both out and like them both very much.
Hope all is well in your world!
Darby
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

Erica

I posted about this too! One of my friends went and sent me a photo of the crowd:

http://olivereader.com/perennial/article/books_and_bars_two_things_we_love_very_much_here_at_harper_perennial/

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