Two events feature local writers and artists who have collaborated on their children's books.
On Desperate Ground, the latest book from award-winning author Hampton Sides, shares a lot with his previous nonfiction hits. But one thing makes this book extra special, particularly for Cincinnati readers—a character (and Evendale resident) named Lee Bae-Suk.
On those mercifully unscheduled summer days, bookstores offer a refuge to get lost in–and as fate would have it, these picks all have coffee shops blissfully close.
Bestselling author, business consultant, and public speaker Matthew Kelly has built a successful brand, but his real calling is bringing people back to the Catholic Church.
If you consider yourself a writer, or want to become one, opportunities in the Queen City abound.
One extremely indelicate published quote about his relationship leads actor Charlie Outlaw into a self-imposed island exile that turns into a kidnapping in "What You Don’t Know About Charlie Outlaw".
Curtis Sittenfeld's relatable anthology is coming to a shelf near you April 24.
This New York Times food columnist has nearly 40 cookbooks under her belt, sparked a guacamole debate so fervent even President Obama had to chime in, and will speak May 10 at downtown’s Mercantile Library.
Take a bite out of local author Dann Woellert's tasty history lesson.
A new book from Ohio’s own Belt Publishing reveals this region’s other side, refusing to be defined as poor, angry, and overlooked.