Amy E. Brownlee Unlocks The Hidden History of Cincinnati
“Lost Treasures of Cincinnati” is the ultimate guidebook to discovering the Queen City’s intriguing past.
You Can Bank on Books
Wandering through Cincinnati’s literary scene one poet, book fair, kids’ class, and bookstore at a time.
Someone Is Leaving Novels for Passersby to Find and Take Home
Learn the secrets behind the Under Cover Book Club.
Judith Turner-Yamamoto Took the Long Road Home to Her Southern Gothic Novel
The Cincinnati writer and teacher revisits her red-clay North Carolina childhood to create a personal story alternating between the 1920s and 1960s.
It’s Not Too Late to Join Your Library’s Summer Reading Program
These local library programs are the perfect summer escape without having to leave the Queen City.
Manuel Iris Gives Language to Emotions
The Cincinnati writer is a finalist for the 2022 Ohioana Book Awards for his bilingual collection of poetry.
Emma Carlson Berne Writes on Timeless Themes of Adolescence
The Cincinnati author releases “Shabbat Sabotage” thanks in part to a national grant supporting Jewish writers and Jewish-oriented books.
The Chaos Theory Behind Ohio’s Redistricting Fiasco
Republican lawmakers purposefully submitted gerrymandered election maps four different times in order to run out the clock on fair elections in 2022. Now we’ll have to pay up to $25 million to hold two primaries.
Laura Trujillo Is Stepping Up to Help
The Cincinnati journalist opens up about her mother’s suicide and hopes others will start addressing mental health.
Heid E. Erdrich Uses Words As Catalysts for Change
The University of Cincinnati's 2022 Elliston Poet-in-Residence hosts three virtual events this week.