@TheJimmyHart If you go to http://t.co/qny5b388tV you can enter your zip code and find one near you.
We're getting pretty excited about Mustache Bash this Thursday in OKC. See you there? https://t.co/wYggN066Gi
NEW ISSUE OUT TODAY: In it, @kierafeldman looks into the life of televangelism's forsaken son, Richard Roberts. http://t.co/u2DCd4Du3S
#ICYMI: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz offers an Indigenous peoples' view on the history of Oklahoma. http://t.co/4yzdFLYDQr
TODAY: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will read from her new book, "An Indigenous People's History of the United States." https://t.co/49XJsMCRFW
ODDITIES OF EVANGELISM: T.L. Osborn opened The World Museum to display the art he collected on mission trips. http://t.co/ZrmtFgQeJB
TONIGHT: We, along with other Oklahoma authors, will be downtown for Decopolis' book festival. Come by and say hi. https://t.co/p8bBMT0j1b
IMAGINARY OKLAHOMA: Check out this film adaptation of Craig Teicher's short story "The Blue Whale of Catoosa." http://t.co/XGRRXZOJRb
NEW FICTION: The Train Singer's Song, by George McCormick. #ICYMI http://t.co/FmrQkxc9Tb
TULSA: Join us tomorrow evening for a book festival featuring local authors, hosted by downtown boutique Decopolis. https://t.co/p8bBMT0j1b
GREED IS GOOD: The making (and taking) of Indian Territory, by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. http://t.co/4yzdFLYDQr
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