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UOG unveils 11th ed. of "Story Book"

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The University of Guam is unveiling the eleventh issue of "Story Board" this week. The book features short stories, poems, essays as well as artwork all done by local artist on Guam. Editor Victoria Leon Guerrero says this edition is titled "Navigating the Future".

She says the book details various responses from the community on how they feel about the island's future along with the military buildup. "I think what's interesting about this issue of Story Board is that a lot of people in the community are very anxious about the future, they are very excited about the future, there's a huge cloud of emotion that over our community about what's going to happen over the next five years or ten years," Leon Guerrero explained.

The book launch event will be held tomorrow at the Piazza Cafe in Hagatna from 6:30-8pm. The book will be sold for $10 a piece. Participants will also be able to check out previous Story Board's that were written over the past two decades.

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