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   The American Dream has always included the idea of satisfying employment and upward mobility, but a new book by Deepak Singh sketches out a less rosy reality.

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Making a Leg

While almost anyone can puff up his chest and call himself a writer, developing writing mastery takes as many hours of practice as it takes to become a ballerina. In ballet, it takes many years of training to be able to extend one’s leg in a perfect line that appears to stretch to infinity.  It’s called making a leg. Developing correct muscle formation in the feet and legs takes years of practice. No one ever thinks it will happen...

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The Girvin Book Collection

The Seattle office of GIRVIN maintains and grows a multi-thousand volume collection of books on design. There is a wide range of reference works that has taken multiple decades to collect.  There are rare books, ranging from signed and numbered limited edition books, to rare books that are centuries old. A hand-illuminated Quran reside beside an ancient cuneiform ceramic cone from ancient Mesopotamia, a first century Greek tutelary epigraph...

Paul Dorset on Authors

Paul Dorset was born in Poole, Dorset, England, but has been living in America since1995. He has been writing for many years and some of his early works were published inteen advice columns. He has also had many technical articles published, mostly oncomputing. Paul has traveled extensively but currently lives in the Pacific Northwest, and has workedmany times with teens and youth groups. This background, combined with a vividimagination,...

Seattle Reigns as Most Bookish City

Seattle’s long season of dark, rainy days fosters a population that treasures books. A United States Census Bureau survey showed that Seattle had the highest percentage of college and university graduates of any major U.S. city. Seattle was listed as the most literate of the country's sixty-nine largest cities in 2005 and 2006, the second most literate in 2007 and the most literate in 2008 in studies conducted by Central Connecticut State...