Friday, May 14, 2021
Home Lit


Toledo’s “Forgotten Visitors”: Local author looks at Glass City past

In his new book, Forgotten Visitors: Northwest Ohio’s Notable Guests, Long curates and writes stories of famous and infamous people (plus one elephant and one train) who visited Toledo.

Book Notes – May 2021

A new book casts a light on the healthcare crisis that America faces by showing its impact on a nearby community.

A Living Legacy: Kenneth Spruce’s “I Apologize: A Black Man’s Plea for Forgiveness”

Throughout his lifetime Kenneth Spruce has been a City of Toledo official, Associate Professor of Political Science, Baptist Deacon, political activist, student government leader, author and CEO/founder of his own agency.

Life without Bill

A moving work of political fiction is the focus of the Bowling Green branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUM) on Thursday, April 29.

Deeter catches Lightning on Facebook

Toledo area author Curtis A. Deeter will host a special virtual release party for his new book Catching Lightning on Tuesday, April 27.

A Tale of Two Cities (and One River): Cuyahoga dramatizes forgotten “Bridge War”

Pete Beatty’s debut novel Cuyahoga tells of fictional American mythical figure Big Son.