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Great 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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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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Q&A: National Book Award Finalist Chris Bachelder

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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Crime Scenes

P.L. Gaus pens mysteries set in Ohio’s Amish and Mennonite communities.

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3 Questions: Brian Michael Bendis

The Cleveland native talks about his move from Marvel Comics to the home of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.

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Legacy of Love

A young woman’s masterful contribution to ornithology is a testament to family devotion.

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3 Questions: Writer P.J. O’Rourke

The Ohio native talks about growing up in Toledo and his days 'National Lampoon.'

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3 Questions: James Renner

Renner is drawn to strange and mysterious crimes, and his newest book delves into one very unusual disappearance.

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3 Questions: Celeste Ng

The novelist shares how her hometown of Shaker Heights inspired the follow-up to her acclaimed debut.

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3 Questions: Jessica Strawser

The Loveland resident and Writer’s Digest editor-at-large talks with us about her second novel, Not That I Could Tell.

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BalletMet presents ‘Alice’

Columbus’ ballet company goes through the rabbit hole with a show based on two stories penned by author Lewis Carroll in the 1800s.

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Pizza Perfect

It’s more than just crust, sauce and toppings, says restaurateur and author Michael Shepherd.

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3 Questions: Scott Raab

The Cleveland native delves into what the Cavaliers’ 2016 NBA championship means for his hometown in a new book.

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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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Riveting Reads

Carla Buckley's fiction tackles disturbing scenarios.

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Walking Through History

First published in 1933, Frank Wilcox’s “Ohio Indian Trails” gets reissue.

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3 Questions: Lisa Fenn

The Ohio native's years at ESPN led her to Leroy Sutton and Dartanyon Crockett.

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Man of Mystery

Les Roberts makes Cleveland his partner in crime.

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Q&A: Douglas Brinkley on ‘American Moonshot’

The author and historian talks with us about President John F. Kennedy’s determination to put an American on the moon.

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My Ohio: The Pretender

A rock ’n’ roll reverie takes the author back to his days at Kent State and memories of a now-famous fellow undergrad.

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