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Toni Morrison’s Journey to Becoming a Literary Icon Began in Ohio

As a child growing up near the steel mills of Lorain, Toni Morrison, Nobel laureate from the “lip of Lake Erie,” learned to love — and tell — a great tale.

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Herbal Delights

Author Debra Knapke shares expert gardening tips in Gahanna.

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Susan Orlean Talks ‘Rin Tin Tin'

Ohio native Susan Orlean's Rin Tin Tin book recounts the story of the canine that captured America’s heart.

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Partner in Crime

Novelist Lisa Black finds murder, mystery and mayhem in Cleveland.

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What to See and Do in Columbus this Season

Spring brings a host of exhibitions and events to our capital city, from King Tut and Ohio authors to food festivals and live music.

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Ohio Road Trips: Literary Tour

Learn about our literary masters at these destinations that celebrate the lives of great Ohio writers.

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Author Kristen Lepionka on the Lasting Appeal of the Detective Genre

The Columbus resident’s debut novel, ‘The Last Place You Look,’ brings a new female detective to the literary world.

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Ohio Literary Trail

This book lover’s road trip includes the family home of the woman who helped change Americans’ views on slavery and a museum celebrating the art of the picture book.

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The Art of Robert McCloskey

The Cincinnati Art Museum hosts a summer exhibition of works from Hamilton native’s lovingly illustrated picture books.

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National Book Award Finalist Chris Bachelder Talks Fiction and Football

The Cincinnati native discusses ‘The Throwback Special,’ a novel about 22 men who meet annually to re-enact one of professional football’s most gruesome plays.

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The Photography of Children’s Book Author David FitzSimmons

Children’s book author and photographer David FitzSimmons has turned his love for nature into a successful business that teaches kids about the beautiful and strange animals in their backyard.

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Connie Schultz on ‘The Daughters of Erietown’

The author and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist’s debut novel delves into the dreams and realities of working-class families.

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Runaway Success

Novelist Tracy Chevalier’s book digs deep into 1850s Ohio with a story that weaves together Quakers, quilting and the Underground Railroad.

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Nurturing Peace and Harmony

Yellow Springs author Virginia Hamilton left a legacy of cultural understanding and respect.

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Story Line

Cleveland Heights author Dan Chaon shares his latest work at the fourth-annual Ohioana Book Festival.

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Riveting Reads

Carla Buckley's fiction tackles disturbing scenarios.

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Author Paula McLain on ‘Love and Ruin’

The Ohio-based author returns to the life and loves of Ernest Hemingway in her new book.

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Author Celeste Ng on ‘Everything I Never Told You’

Ohioan and author Celeste Ng explores the clash of Chinese and American cultures in her acclaimed debut novel.

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Why Sherwood Anderson’s ‘Winesburg, Ohio’ Created an Uproar in His Hometown

The author’s 1919 cycle of short stories is a literary classic. But when it was published in 1919, it caused an stir in Clyde, Ohio, where many believed the work of fiction was spilling the town’s secrets.

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Pulitzer Prize Winner Anthony Doerr Discusses ‘All the Light We Cannot See’

Netflix has adapted the Ohio author’s critically acclaimed book as a limited series. We revisit our 2015conversation with Anthony Doerr about the inspiration for his story

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