All posts by Brittany Haynes

Erin Adair-Hodges on reading, writing and dying happy

New Mexico-native Erin Adair-Hodges is now a professor at the University of Toledo. She has had her poetry published widely, featured on PBS NewsHour, and has taught English in Prague, Czech Republic. She came to Toledo as a visiting professor in the creative writing department and, now, her first book is being published after winning

Ride or Die: Macaela Carder Whitaker Directs The Rep’s Bonnie & Clyde

It’s the passionate American outlaw story we all know and love, the tale of the notorious Bonnie & Clyde. Their story, the inspiration for the two-time Tony-nominated musical, is coming to Northwest Ohio at the Toledo Repertoire Theatre from September 8th through the 24th. Director Macaela Carder Whitaker discussed the upcoming production. How long have

Personal to political: Activism and feminism in the local literary community

Zines can be an overlooked form of literature and artistic expression, perhaps because they are a mostly underground and non-mainstream platform. However, the Toledo area has a more active zine scene coming out into the foreground. Marissa Medley, a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University (BGSU) where she studied Arts Administration and Creative Writing,

Toledo to Toledo

Hola, Toledo, Ohio from Toledo, Spain! Locals will get the international chance of a lifetime to experience the story of Dulcinea del Toboso, the love, or amor, of Don Quixote, the adventurous character created by novelist, poet, and playwright Miguel de Cervantes. However, while the famous Don Quixote was off galavanting around Spain on his