Author: Ohio Center for the Book

Fall Programs with the Ohio Center for the Book

Fall Programs with the Ohio Center for the Book

Mark your calendars! We hope to see you at one of our many events! Check out the inspirational, educational, and motivational workshops and get-togethers in support of National Novel Writing Month this season both in-person and online. Registration is not required for programs unless otherwise noted. For full details and times, just scroll down, contact …

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Troublemaker, Malcontent, Desperado: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Harlan Ellison

Troublemaker, Malcontent, Desperado: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Harlan Ellison

The Ohio Center for the Book, in collaboration with Cleveland State University and Celebrating Cleveland’s Past Masters*, are honoring the life and legacy of Harlan Ellison: speculative fiction author, screenwriter, social critic, and self-described “troublemaker, malcontent, desperado” on Saturday, Sept. 17, 1:00 pm at Cleveland Public Library’s Louis Stokes Wing, 2nd floor, 525 Superior Avenue …

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Presenting Page Count, the Podcast for Literary Lovers in and from the State of Ohio!

Presenting Page Count, the Podcast for Literary Lovers in and from the State of Ohio!

About Page Count Page Count is a new literary podcast presented by the Ohio Center for the Book (OCFB) at Cleveland Public Library. This interview-format podcast will feature authors, librarians, booksellers, illustrators, publishing professionals, and literary advocates in and from the state of Ohio. Guests range from internationally recognized and bestselling authors to professionals working …

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