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By Aliya Hall
The Chronicle 

Library kicks off winter author celebration

 

January 23, 2020

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Fifth-generation Oregonian author William Sullivan is best known for his hiking guides and "Listening for Coyote," a journal about his 1000-mile hike across Oregon.

SPRINGFIELD - Vikings have gained a reputation in present-day views of history for pillaging villages in England, but Oregon author William "Bill" Sullivan suggests that the Vikings were more complicated than that.

Sullivan presented "Were the Vikings Barbarians?" to kick off the third annual Springfield Celebrates Authors event on Jan. 18.

"Bill Sullivan is invited back every year and we had him as the kickoff because he has a different presentation to give each year," said Kristen Curé, Latino liaison librarian and adult services librarian at Springfield Library, which hosted the event....



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