Photo Essay: Literary Where You Live

A photo essay from the literary spaces and such in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. 

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On the path leading to the Main Branch of our library system are several quotes from authors and creative types about writing and books and libraries and such.
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These fun, large, typewriter keys are outside our amazing children’s library, Imaginon. A small, fun, literary place to climb and play.

Our children’s library – Imaginon.

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This looks like my To-Be-Read pile right about now. Several giant stacks of books adorn the lawn in a space called “The Green” located in the heart of the city.
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These fun signs are also located around The Green.
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Part of The Wall Poems of Charlotte. I laugh every time I read this picture.

The Wall Poems of Charlotte

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Another great installment from The Wall Poems of Charlotte. Excellently situated above my favorite restaurant: Dandelion Market.

Okay, this link has nothing to do with literary anything – the only thing you need to read is the menu – but if you’re in Charlotte, this is a scrumptious place to eat. I recommend the Sweet & Spicy Green Beans and everything else at the Dandelion Market.

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And here’s to all my writer-readers, let’s hope we’re all working on the very best variety of books!

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I thought this is what Disney means, but I guess it works well for fiction, too.

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