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LDS Artist's Shakespeare Sketchbook Called 'Cliff's Notes with Pictures'
Well-known LDS artist James C. Christensen's collaboration this year with the Utah Shakespearean Festival has now yielded a book, in addition to the two large paintings Christensen already created for the Festival's 40th anniversary. Christensen and author Renwick St. James have produced "A Shakespeare Sketchbook," leading Melinda Miller in the Salt Lake Tribune to write, "If Cliff's Notes came with pictures, they would aspire to be what 'A Shakespeare Sketchbook' is."

Deseret Book Donates 54 Albums To KZION
Deseret Book, a publishing company owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, recently offered to donate over 50 music albums to KZION LDS Internet Radio, the only independent, Internet-based music radio station which caters to members of the Church.

BJ Rowley's New Novel 'Sting' Released
Author B J Rowley is very happy to announce the release of his brand-new adventure novel, "STING!" This is an exciting, action-packed adventure about a young man who carries an electrical charge around in his body and shocks people all the time. Then he becomes supercharged, learns to control and direct his electrical impulses, gets himself into a fair amount of trouble in the process, and even turns a sports car invisible!

Author B. Weston Rook Tells Story of Rediscovered Faith
LDS author B. Weston Rook's latest novel, "The Junction" explores what could happen when a bitter less-active member of the church is partnered with an anti-Mormon and given the assignment of living the life of a missionary.

When Walking Sticks Were a Fashion Statement
The Museum of Church History and Art of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced today it will extend its newest exhibit, an extraordinary display of period and Latter-day historic canes, through 11 November 2001.

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