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Editor’s note: As part of a series of columns about the Norfolk Public Library.

Let me begin with a small confession: I bought "The Weight of Ink" by Rachel Kadish because of its beautiful cover and its intriguing title. A…

The Norfolk Public Library staff is always ready, willing and able to help people. Please ask us for help. It’s really OK to ask. We like help…

Nebraska has a rich literary history, and people all over the world have heard of Willa Cather, John Neihardt, Mari Sandoz, and Bess Streeter …

Rudyard Kipling was born in India to English parents as was Kim O’Hara, the impish protagonist of Kipling’s final novel, “Kim.” Kipling’s pers…

Literary fans went crazy when PBS ran the Ken Burns documentary about Ernest Hemingway. It is a three-part wonder that covers Hemingway’s craz…

After the introduction in my Everyman’s Library edition of Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather, there is a fascinating chronology o…

For readers, summer is the season for “beach reads.” Coined about 30 years ago, the term beach read is often used but rarely defined. So what …