Today, we invite you to stop what youre doing for one hour and pick up a book! Rediscover or introduce yourself to the great benefits of reading. Reading has been shown to reduce stress by 68% more than listening to music, going for a walk, or having a cup of tea!
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Until October 3, we're displaying @StuartKells' profound gathering of #PulpFiction. Hit the link to learn how Stuart started the collection, why readers hid their love for pulps and what Library staff initially thought the exhibition would involve. https://t.co/GfmgMPLbNn
Thanks to everyone who came along to hear @StuartKells' second #PulpFiction lunchtime reading, this one centred on #SciFi and the work of #PhillipKDick. If you missed out, check out some of the collection currently displaying on level two of the Borchardt Library.
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Adjunct Professor Stuart Kells discusses his extensive collection
Embrace your inner radical
3 September – 3 October 2019
Library, Melbourne Campus, Bundoora