Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Little Libraries

There are 33 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

612 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
1015 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Eide's (0.4 miles)
1121 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Macy's Downtown 5th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Bradley's Books (0.7 miles)
Station Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
419 Dinwiddie Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
315 Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15211
City Books (0.9 miles)
1111 E Carson St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
2019 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
1230 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
2205 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
400 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15210
G-33 Benedum Hall, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261-3126
Copacetic Comics (2.0 miles)
3138 Dobson St. - 3rd floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
47 Wabash Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
130 Chevron Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15260-8929
22 Wabash Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
4000 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Hillman Library, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
3960 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, pa 15260
217 Langley Hall, 171 Tennyson Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260-3927
Mervis Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
B28 Music Building, 4337 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15260-7809

Local events

Michael Arnzen talk on "The Popular Uncanny"
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh -- Squirrel Hill, Saturday, December 12 at 1:30pm
Horror author Michael Arnzen meets with the PARSEC science fiction & fantasy organization at their monthly meeting Carnegie Library at Squirrel Hill December 12, 2015, from 1:30-3pm. This event is free and open to the public. Details: http://parsec-sff.org/blog/2015/10/16/1565/

This December, Dr. Michael Arnzen will return to PARSEC to share some of the theories behind “The Popular Uncanny” — his book on the fascination with the strange in mass media and popular culture, forthcoming from Guide Dog Books this Winter. From the androids of the “uncanny valley” to the literary character of the “double,” Arnzen historically traces these enduring icons of uncanniness as not only innate reflections of our human fears, but also a way to understand social expressions of power. He keeps a weblog on the subject at http://gorelets.com/uncanny/

Arnzen teaches in the MFA program in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill, and has won four Bram Stoker Awards for his dark horror fiction and offbeat poetry. His latest books include The Gorelets Omnibus and Many Genres, One Craft. Bring him into your social network via http://michaelarnzen.com/

For over 25 years, PARSEC has been the Pittsburgh area’s premier organization “to promote awareness of the richness of speculative fiction as literature, art and music; further general education in the sciences and arts, support contribution, both scientific and artistic, to society and to espouse the enjoyment of speculative fiction as literature, art and music with others.” MEETINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

LOCATION: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh at Squirrel Hill 5801 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Note: PARSEC is a community literary organization and this event is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. (arnzen)
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Daniel James Brown
Mystery Lovers Bookshop, Monday, March 14, 2016 at 00am
Daniel James Brown (added from Random House)
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