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Author Crystal Wilkinson, who daylights as an Associate Professor of English at the University of Kentucky, has received great acclaim for her most recent novel, The Birds of Opulence. She speaks with our Barbara Gray about this multigenerational story of women in a bucolic southern black township.

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In her very personal memoir, author Margaret McMullan begins an unexpected journey into her family's history of war, the Holocaust, and how the mysterious Richard fits into the story. Barbara Gray is on the phone with the author to learn more about her amazing story, Where the Angels Lived.

Award-winning fantasy novelist (the Binti trilogy) and author of Black Panther comic books, Nnedi Okorafor, is coming to town for an appearance at the downtown branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

Chef Edward Lee was recently seen as a judge on the Kentucky edition of Top Chef and is the owner of several highly-regarded restaurants in Louisville. 

As we celebrate Women's History Month, Barbara Gray speaks with first-time author, Etaf Rum

History professor and coffee shop owner Robert Thurston from Oxford has written a new book about the black gold that powers so many people's mornings. 

The topic no one wants to discuss, but death is inevitable. 

As part of Women's History Month, New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner joins Barbara Gray to talk about developing female characters, not caricatures, and the strength she sees in her 99-year-old grandmother. 

Acclaimed rock guitar maker turned children's book author and game creator Brian Calhoun has just released Little Joe Chickapig, a book about following your heart and your dreams, which led to an accompanying board game

Former journalist and longtime public relations practitioner/agency owner Dan Pinger has taken up writing in retirement. 

New York Times bestselling author and naturalist Sy Montgomery is this year's Books for Lunch speaker at Cincinnati's Seven Hills School on February 8. 

To celebrate Black History Month, Cincinnati's Mercantile Library will present a very special appearance by legendary hip hop artist Chuck D from Public Enemy

Terry Gamble is the great-granddaughter of the founder of P&G and a successful novelist who has set her latest, The Eulogist, in Cincinnati during the years leading up to the Civil War. 

The Latest Medical Thriller From Robin Cook

Jan 4, 2019

In his latest medical thriller, bestselling author Robin Cook explores the possible outcome of gene editing biotechnology gone awry. 

Shelley Shepard Gray, the one-time Loveland author now living in Colorado, has just released her second novel in the Bridgeport Social Club Series

After a distinguished career as journalist and host at the CBC, Louise Penny began a second career as a mystery writer, creating a series of Inspector Gamache novels. 

The Weird, Wonderful & Obscure - It's Secret Cincinnati"

Dec 14, 2018

Cincinnati is known for landmarks like the Carew Tower, Union Terminal, and Music Hall, but travel writer Kathryn Witt wanted to find more unheralded treasures from around our region. 

The Power Of Christmas Carols

Dec 7, 2018

Christmas carols are generally heard and listened to for 4 to 6 weeks each holiday then go away for a year.

The suspense continues in Mary Higgins Clark's newest novel, You Don't Own Me, a follow-up to the bestseller Every Breath You Take

Acclaimed author and New York Times Magazine contributing writer Michael Sokolove has turned his attention to the scandalous University of Louisville basketball program for his latest book. 

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