The South End Library offers many wonderful programs, including those that bring you this year's winners of literary awards. Such as the Pulitzer (Megan Marshall, "Margaret Fuller: A New American Life"); New England PEN (Doug Bauer: "What's Next: Matters of Life and Death"); a Guggenheim Fellowship (Chris Castellani, "All This Talk of Love"); and the First Annual Fenway Writers Contest (Allison Barnet, "South End Character"). And then there's the beloved South End Library Easter Egg Hunt: that's when everyone wins: the kids, the parents, the bunny, the park, the library and spring defeating winter. Easter eggs have been filled with poems, chocolate and knock-knock jokes. The Easter bunny has been recruited and his costume rented. The Parks Department has issued a permit. Area D4 Police will help residents cross Tremont Street. Volunteers have been recruited for setting up and taking down. We will have a separate section safe for tots. All we need is good weather (on order, too) and YOU. See you there at 11:00 AM sharp. There's no mercy for late-comers.