Build a story?? Build a poem?? Page 43, Line 13.Day two of National Library Week

Join us in the campus level hallway of the Library,  Tuesday, 16 April 2013.

Directions:

Pick a book, any book, or one that you particularly like.

Go to page 43, and write down on a piece of paper the text at line 13, only line 13.  Don’t worry, it’s not supposed to be a sentence.

Remember the citation.

Add your text to the bottom of the collection of line 13s. Add the citation of the book, followed by your name.  Don’t forget to leave your name (see below)

Read the text.  Is it a story? Is it poetry?  We may have to move the lines of text up or down to make some sense.

For example:

Draw a circle around the Pine Street neighborhood and he’d find an

Jonathan Harr, A Civil Action. Vintage Books: New York, 1995./ Carl Yirka

 The first fifty participants will get a dollar off coupon for coffee at the Grounds for Appeal.  Questions? See, Carl Yirka.

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