2012 Touchstone Nominated Story. The following story from the Toledo City Paper was nominated for the Press Club of Toledo's Touchstone award for Excellence in Journalism. It was probably just another carefree day on the lake. A laughing 15-year-old Seth Russell was riding the wake of a speedboat on an inner tube, enjoying a beautiful
2012 Touchstone Nominated Story. The following story from the Toledo City Paper was nominated for the Press Club of Toledo's Touchstone award for Excellence in Journalism. Donald Ray Pollock writes fiction. Thank God. The characters contained in his two highly praised books, the short story collection Knockemstiff and the recent novel The Devil All the
The fall always slips by in a flash. Even those events you’ve been looking forward to for months get lost in the clutter. But with an assortment of exhibitions in the months ahead, trust us, you don’t want to miss out.
TCP introduces you to breast cancer survivors who may have lost mammary glands, but haven’t lost verve. Mary Helen Darah, Adams Street Publishing resident columnist and cancer-kicking survivor, uncovers the heartfelt memories, hilarious de-stress tips and
inspiring stories of Toledo’s survivors.
Writers are resilient. That’s why we knew they would have
no problem if we switched our annual Poetry and Fiction
Competition up a bit this year. We only asked for short stories, with the length being determined by what can fit on the two sides of a cocktail napkin.