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Mark McLane is an English teacher in Brookville, Indiana who has just published his second novel, set in a small southern Indiana town. 

The challenges faced by young people struggling with gender identity in traditionally conforming institutions like schools has gained increasing awareness here and around the country. 

Lori Foster is a New York Times Bestselling author who lives in the Greater Cincinnati area and has just released her latest romance novel. 

July 14 is the celebration of Bastille Day, or French National Day. 

Bestselling author David Baldacci brings together two of his most popular characters, Amos Decker and Alex Jamison in his latest thriller. 

"Circe" Is The Latest Novel From Madeline Miller

Jun 22, 2018

Bestselling author Madeline Miller (The Song of Achilles) recently released her follow-up novel, Circe

Local poet Elizabeth Garber has penned her memoir about growing up with her acclaimed architect father, Woodie Garber, who battled mental illness. 

New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Deaver is back with a new thriller featuring his Lincoln Rhyme (The Bone Collector series) character. 

Known as one of the best comedy teachers in the US, Stephen Rosenfield was born in Cincinnati and has worked with some of the funniest people around including Jim Gaffigan and Lena Dunham. 

Author Leah Stewart's New Novel Is Now Available

Mar 16, 2018

Acclaimed local author (and UC professor) Leah Stewart has a new novel out, What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw

The story of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and New York Times reporter Lorena Hickok is the basis of the new historical novel, White Houses

The Debut Novel Of Cincinnati Native Michael Nye

Feb 9, 2018

Cincinnati native Michael Nye has written and released his debut novel, a coming of age story with loving references to his hometown. 

The fascinating story of how African Americans found their way to the Cincinnati suburb of Glendale via the Underground Railroad, and the historic significance of the Eckstein School building there is now recounted in a new book. 

Author David Baldacci has just released the latest novel in his Will Robie series. 

You may know him from movies like A Kiss Before Dying and The Longest Day, and TV shows like It Takes a Thief, Hart to Hart, and more recently, NCIS

One of America's most popular authors, Mary Higgins Clark, along with her co-writer Alafair Burke, have published the latest installment in their Under Suspicion series. 

Bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini is back with her latest historical novel, Enchantress of Numbers: A Novel of Ada Lovelace

Writer Armistead Maupin is perhaps best known for his San Francisco column Tales of The City, which was a popular TV special and has recently been adapted into a stage play. 

In the 60's, 70's, and beyond, Jerry Rubin was a well-known counter-cultural leader - founder of the Yippies, Anti-Vietnam War radical, Chicago 8 defendant, New Age/Self Help proponent, and social-networking pioneer. 

A new children's book celebrates local Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV, who was tragically killed by Islamic State militants while serving in Iraq. 

Just in time for Halloween, Lee Hay ventures into Cincinnati's eerier side. 

Ohio native and bestselling author Celeste Ng recently visited Cincinnati to promote her latest novel, Little Fires Everywhere

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Today's technology provides us with the capability to communicate with each other virtually 24/7. And yet studies show Americans feel less connected and more divided than ever.

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Research has shown the importance of early childhood education. Children who attend quality pre-K programs can acquire academic, social and emotional skills that help form the foundation of their future success.

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Drew Tarvin is a native Cincinnatian and former Procter & Gamble project manager turned comedian. He calls himself a Humor Engineer who teaches people how to get better results at work while having more fun and less stress.

A new book from Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni tells her personal story of meeting, and later working for, iconic American artist Andy Warhol

He's a Cincinnati native and one of the most acclaimed jazz musicians of this era. 

He's got a new CD (Open Book) and memoir (Good Things Happen Slowly: A Life In and Out of Jazz), and will be back in his hometown for the upcoming Books by the Banks Cincinnati Regional Book Festival on October 28. Fred Hersch joins our Ron Esposito to talk about his life, his health and his music.

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There are many names for the group of people born from about 1981 to 1997-- millennials, Generation Y, Echo Boomers. A survey by investment firm T. Rowe Price called them the Money Conscious Generation.

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For 13 years, writer and artist Julie Zickefoose has been drawing, painting and writing about wild birds from her 80 acre sanctuary in Appalachian Ohio. 

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