In Mallika Chopra’s chronicle, Living with Intent: My Somewhat Messy Journey to Purpose, Peace and Joy, she shares her experience finding balance in her life.
Gathering Volumes Bookstore welcomes author, Mark Cramer, for a celebration on his new book release, The History of Karate and the Masters Who Made It.
The 1990 non-fiction book combines scientific fact with lore and history, telling a dynamic story on our abilities to smell, taste, hear, touch and see.
With the widespread discussion of the Time’s Up Movement and #MeToo, the addition of the Steinem Sisters Collection to the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TLCPL) is relevant and timely.
Know a lot about books? Have a team of friends or family that enjoy competition? Literary Trivia night at Gathering Volumes is an excellent chance to show off book bound knowledge. Put your love for literature to the test to while competing to win book prizes. Teams must include at least two adults and may
Meet multiple authors during one exciting afternoon at Gathering Volumes as three visiting authors Kristen Lepionka, Lara Lillibridge, and Ken Schneck read from and discuss their works. Ohio author Lepionka returns to discuss her second book in her Roxane Weary Mystery Series, What You Want to See. Midwest author Lillibridge will visit the store for
Weird historical tidbits like this fill the pages of Ohio’s Black Hand Syndicate: The Birth of Organized Crime in America, a new book published by Arcadia Press, that looks at the rise of organized crime in Ohio, thanks to the John Amicon Brothers and Company fruit store in Marion.
In “Night Ride Along the River,” Nathan Elias writes: “I could have died / coasting down / River Road, / firing your gun / at the sky, but somehow / I knew you / wouldn’t / let me / fall.” A potent scene, the image of a fast drive down the winding road adjacent to