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November is Sci-Fi/Fantasy Month


Why is November Sci-Fi/Fantasy month? Well to be honest it is simply because November is one of our librarians’ birth month and his favorite genre of books are Sci-Fi and Fantasy.

So we had him put together a display of his favorite Sci-Fi and Fantasy books. Whether you are new to the genres or a veteran, young or old, whether you like romance or action, whatever your tastes, you are certain to find something that appeals to you.

Featured Books include:

The Name of the Wind

Starship Troopers

The Eye of the World


Ender’s Game

The Black Company

Snow Crash

The Way of Kings

A Game of Thrones

Old Man’s War

…and many more

Southwest O.W.L.s Postpone Meeting

The November meeting of the Southwest Oklahoma Writers League will meet on the third Saturday, November 16th, instead of the second Saturday.

Judy Forehand will be sharing her experiences of writing and publishing her novel, The Ghosts on Cross Mountain.  Other authors have also been invited to tell of their new publications.

The meeting will convene in the basement of the Margaret Carder Library in Mangum, at 10:00 AM instead of the usual 10:30 time.

The public is invited.