Hoopla Streaming Service

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Jan 082020
 

Hoopla is a digital content provider that comes to you with your library card. With Hoopla, you can stream and download movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and more. There are more than 500,000 titles to choose from. You’ll have access to Hollywood blockbusters and bestsellers in addition to hard-to-find titles.

You’ll also have the freedom to experience, explore and enjoy more than ever with this all in one service.

The best news of all is that there is no waiting.

If you’re interested in reading or listening to a popular book, you can borrow it even if 10 other people have it checked out. This makes it extra convenient for book clubs and in fact, Hoopla offers additional resources for book clubs like quarterly picks, discussion guides, and exclusive author interviews.

Download the free app today to start reading, watching and listening at your convenience!

Author Talk with Tom Travisano

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Dec 272019
 

The Huntington Memorial Library is pleased to announce an afternoon with Thomas Travisano at Foothills Performing Arts Center on Saturday January 18th at 2:00 pm, as he offers an illustrated discussion of his travels exploring the life of Elizabeth Bishop, the subject of his acclaimed new book, Love Unknown: The Life and Worlds of Elizabeth Bishop. His forty-year-long journey of discovery led him to adventures on three continents. Travel with Travisano as he shares his personal journey while following in Bishop’s footsteps to Nova Scotia, Vassar, Paris, Greenwich Village, Harvard, Key West and Brazil.  Following the talk will be a wine and cheese reception.

Thomas Travisano is Emeritus Professor of English at Hartwick College and the founding president of the Elizabeth Bishop Society. He is the author of Elizabeth Bishop: Her Artistic Development and of Midcentury Quartet: Bishop, Lowell, Jarrell, Berryman. He is principal editor of the acclaimed Words in Air: The Complete Correspondence Between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell and served as co-editor of Elizabeth Bishop in the 21st Century and the three-volume New Anthology of American Poetry. Travisano’s work on Love Unknown was supported by a Guggenheim Fellowship and awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Philosophical Society.