Bukowski reading at The Attic on Adams

Anger looks great on paper— especially in the form of a poem. Join writers interested in political resistance for the “We The People” Bukowski Reading. Bring your favorite Bukowski poems, and your original works about resistance, for an evening with political poets, brooding Bukowski fans, angry artists and the glue the binds them all together—

Fantasy Book Club reads A Gathering of Shadows

Fans of V.E. Schwab will be delighted to learn that the Fantasy Book Club is continuing to review the adventures of Kell Maresh, adopted prince of Red London. Meeting at Gathering Volumes, the Club will be reading A Gathering of Shadows, sequel to the smash hit A Darker Shade of Magic. Picking up four months

Local author Terence O’Leary’s new book is historical fiction

Most of us will never have to endure the profound hardships of our ancestors. Surviving a famine, voyaging across the ocean with only the clothes on your back or leaving your entire family behind to seek a better life in another land are not modern, first-world problems. And while these struggles still exist around the

On The Radar: Writers Resist – True Tales of Reproductive Health

On Sunday, January 15, writers and activists throughout the world are coming together to promote compassion, equality, free speech and social justice during #WritersResist. Concerned about the future of reproductive rights, and want to support the Capital Care Network, Toledo’s last abortion clinic? #WritersResist organizers will focus the day’s efforts on reproductive health. Join the

“Building Blocks” Book Highlights Cable Company Knowledge

Not just an insider’s peek into the high-functioning world of area cable, this is a story of growth, both for the business and NW Ohio. Building Blocks: Buckeye CableSystem’s Communications Revolution, From Printer’s Ink to Cable to Fiber by Tom Dawson recounts the history and lessons learned through the author’s time both as a journalist

Booked For Murder Mystery Book Club Meets At Sanger Library

You don’t need to be a detective to deduce that whodunit stories are popular fodder for discussion groups. The excellently-named Booked For Murder Mystery Book Club is dying to meet you. Happy to take on new members, the group meets at the Sanger Branch the second Monday of each month. This month will feature a

Toledo Museum of Art’s Book Club Discusses Museum Works

Feel the need to wax philosophic about Modigliani and the like? A great bet for engaging artistic discussion is the Toledo Museum of Art’s Art Book Club. This month’s selection is the compendium work, Stories of Art & Artists compiled by Diana Secker Tesdell. Assorted essays by some major influencers in the art world are