Monday, June 15, 2020

Announcement: This Week at the Seanchai Libraries

THIS WEEK: A New Tea Time Series, and Other Great Continuing Adventures!
Join us this week for stories, presented LIVE in Second Life, and on Seanchai Library's properties in Kitely.

All events at Holly Kai Estates (215/44/27) , unless otherwise noted.

All stories told in open voice unless otherwise noted. All times SL/PT

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*MONDAY, June 15th, at 7pm:  Diana Duane's SPOCK'S WORLD continues with Gyro Muggins.

*TUESDAY, June 9th:
Both events today will be in The Glen

   ~ at Noon: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in the Glen with music and poetry in Ceiluradh Glen.

 ~  a 7pm:  Thornton Wilder's THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY, continues with Willow Moonfire, live on stream.

*WEDNESDAY, June 17th, at 7pm: Kerry Greenwood's THE PHRYNE FISHER MYSTERIES, continue with Corwyn Allen, live on stream.

*THURSDAY, June 18th:
   ~ at 7pm: QUOTIENTS - "Tasty Morsels of Fantastic Fiction" Shandon Loring presents tales by author John D. MacDonald. (Also in Kitely!  Find teleport from the main Seanchai World

   ~ at 9pm: SEANCHAI LATE NIGHT - Contemporary Sci-Fi-Fantasy with Finn Zeddmore, featuring stories from Escape Pod, Light Speed, and Clarkesworld Magazines as well as other source.



A brand new TEA TIME series featuring the debut mystery of Miss Jane Marple, in a six week presentation of THE MURDER AT THE VICARAGE. Aoife Lorefield, Da5id Abbot, Caledonia Skytower, Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Kayden Oconnell, Willow Moonfire, live.

The Murder at the Vicarage is the first novel to feature the character of Miss Marple and her village of St Mary Mead. This first look at St Mary Mead led a reviewer in 1990 to ask why these are called cosy mysteries: "Our first glimpse of St Mary Mead, a hotbed of burglary, impersonation, adultery and ultimately murder. What is it precisely that people find so cosy about such stories?"

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