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Let's Talk Books!

To get where we are in archaeology, we've all read hundreds and - god help us - even thousands of books (and articles, papers, posters...) Long books, short books, some as big as your head.

Many UPACers have done more than read books, they've written and edited them! To celebrate these authors and editors, UPAC will start highlighting these books and authors so all of us can read their work, support their book sales, and have something to talk about at the Winter Meeting's cocktail hour.

Help us make this a weekly feature on UPAC News by dropping a comment below letting us know about your own book, or a book you love! Recent is best, but golden oldies are always appreciated. Be sure to include a link to where we can by it.

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