Author and Civil Rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson once said, “No one should be defined by the worst mistake of their life.” In this spirit, the Downtown Main Library, the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, and Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana host this powerful exhibit.
A few weeks ago, our Writer-in-Residence Jessica Strawser had the honor of joining the world’s #1 bestselling author James Patterson onstage, in front of a pack
It turns out John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, Harry Potter, The Communist Manifesto, Toni Morrison’s Beloved, The Great Gatsby, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses, all have a least one thing in common. Despite being written in different eras by different authors, they’re all banned books. September 22 kicks off the American Library Association’s (ALA) Banned Books Week…
When he first came to Homework Help at his local Branch Library, “Travis” (name changed for the purpose of this blog post) was a funny but shy third-grade stude
Over the past several years, the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati has been fortunate enough to partner with some fantastic community organizations.
When I talk with newer writers about their works-in-progress at my office hours, I often find myself mentioning a recent author appearance they might have found