Category Archives: authors

Pamela Schoenewaldt, bestselling author, returns to Oak Ridge campus Nov. 12

This is the second time Pamela Schoenewaldt will speak at RSCC.  Students, please attend and faculty please encourage your students to attend.  Her first talk had a sparse audience, but she was terrific.  Since the first event, Swimming on the … Continue reading

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Author Event: Pamela Schoenewaldt Visiting Oak Ridge on 9/12

The RSCC Arts and Lectures Committee is proud to sponsor author Pamela Schoenewaldt s she presents her latest book Swimming in the Moon.  The event will take place at the Oak Ridge Branch Campus on Thursday, September 12, 2013 in the City … Continue reading

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An article from The Chronicle about the lawsuit involving Google and copyrighted materials. It is very interesting that Google will provide articles that “acknowledges the rights and interests of copyright-holders.” Tom Allen said that Publishers can now choose to make … Continue reading

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Remembering Ray Bradbury

It has been a few days since Ray Bradbury died, and I’m still thinking about the massive contribution Bradbury made to lives of millions of readers and writers. You don’t have to a sci fi geek to appreciate the authority … Continue reading

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Meet Pamela Schoenewaldt, author of When We Were Strangers

On May 26th, the Humanities Division and Library Services will sponsor a 6pm reading by Knoxville author Pamela Schoenewaldt. She will discuss her novel When We Were Strangers in the Oak Ridge Campus City Room. Ms. Schoenewaldt was Writer in … Continue reading

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Dr. Bill Bass is coming March 4

Bill Bass, world famous forensic anthropologist, will offer a free lecture in the Roane State theatre (Roane county campus) at 7pm on Thursday, March 4. This will be Dr. Bass’ 3rd visit to Roane State to talk about his books … Continue reading

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Remembering JD Salinger

JD Salinger died yesterday. Salinger wrote the classic, “controversial” novel Catcher in the Rye, Nine Stories (my personal favorite) and several other novels. As famous as he was for writing, he was equally famous for disappearing from public view for … Continue reading

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