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Book signing

Published: Sat, October 28, 2006 @ 12:00 a.m.

Book signing

BOARDMAN -- Youngstown author Brian Keith West will be the Barnes & amp; Noble bookstore in the Shops at Boardman Park, Boardman-Canfield Road, at 7 p.m. Nov. 16 to discuss and sign copies of his book, "The Method Eight II: The Messenger."

In "Method Eight," West's puts forth his own theories and philosophies about the power of the mind, how it affects reality and time, and how he believes it is the key to the universe. He believes the earth's galaxy revolves in a figure eight, which explains the existance of black holes in the galaxy, which in turn leads to the possiblity of time travel, albeit mentally, not physcially. He also shows the mind's relationship with love, hate, trust, words, genetics, dreams, war, and even religion.

West is working on the whole series of books known as "The Method Eight" series.

KSU Press wins award

KENT -- Kent State University Press was the recipient of Northern Ohio Live Magazine's Award of Achievement in the writing category for its 2005 publication of Ernest Hemingway's "Under Kilimanjaro," the last complete posthumously published work by the author. The honor was pesented Oct. 16 at an awards ceremony at Cleveland's State Theatre on Playhouse Square.

19th Buckeye Book Fair

WOOSTER -- The 19th annual Buckeye Book Fair will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Fisher Auditorium of the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center/The Ohio State University, 1680 Madison Ave.

The Wooster Book Co. and JPMorganChase Foundation are sponsoring the event, which will feature appearances by nearly 100 writers, illustrators, and photographers. Admission is 2 for adults and free for children; parking is also free. In addition to books, there will be Book Fair T-shirts and book bags for sale and light lunches from the Lamplighters Auxiliary of Wooster.

The Buckeye Book Fair began in 1987 as a literary event to raise funds to support literacy in Ohio. Proceeds from the sales of books are the primary source of funding for the grants.

For more information, visit www.buckeyebookfair.com.

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