Books

Your Summer Reading List

Check out these 10 books written by local authors when you’re looking for a new read to dive into this summer.

Jack Shuler Explores the Human Cost of Ohio’s Overdose Crisis

"The war on drugs hasn’t worked," says the Denison journalism professor about his new book, "This Is Ohio," which follows Ohioans working through poverty, heartache, prison, and bureaucracy.

David Bell’s New Murder Mystery Has an Academic Twist

His lead character in "Kill All Your Darlings" is a college writing professor who publishes a novel that connects to an unsolved murder. Is it a case of art imitating life?
June 2021

Author Leanna Renee Hieber Takes Readers on a Journey Through Time

Butler County native and Miami University alum Leanna Renee Hieber releases a new series starting this week.

John Young Evokes the Rural Midwest in a New Short Story Collection

The marketing writer-turned-author explores rural beauty and danger, the drama of middle-age, and what’s coming next.

The Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire Still Has a Hold on Us

Peter Bronson discusses his new book about the tragic 1977 fire and its connections to 40 years of Northern Kentucky corruption and organized crime.

Jaylin Leslie Is All About Connecting

Poet, painter, and performance artist Jaylin Leslie explores her personal journey in a new book, “Seasons.”

Kat Klockow Turns Ghost Stories into Comics

The "Cincinnati Cabinet of Curiosities" anthology features spooky comics about the Loveland Frogman, Sedamsville Rectory, Music Hall, and more local haunts.

Former Food Critic Polly Campbell Writes the Book on Cincinnati’s Food History

Former Enquirer dining critic Polly Campbell writes about how we eat in her new book "Cincinnati Food: A History of Queen City Cuisine."

Comic Book Creator Jay B. Kalagayan Releases Season Three of “MeSseD”

The third volume of this grungy, adventurous comic book series about life in a network of underground pipes was released on December 9.

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