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Kahiki History Told Anew in Kahiki Supper Club: A Polynesian Paradise

Anne Evans Anne Evans Kahiki History Told Anew in Kahiki Supper Club: A Polynesian Paradise

What else is left to be said of the Kahiki? When Doug Motz gave us a history lesson a couple of years ago, he covered quite a bit. Little did he know that that column would lead to an opportunity to delve deeper into the topic and discover even more memories, more history, and new […]

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Thurber House Author Describes his Favorite Part of 1950’s Dating

 Kayla Geyer Thurber House Author Describes his Favorite Part of 1950’s Dating

According to August 6th Thurber House author Tony Mendoza, the U.S. is the land of happily unsupervised dates. Cuban-born author/photographer Mendoza reminisced about his early experiences in America during an interview with Craft. His latest novel, Cuban Summer, is placed in 1954 Cuba, the same time Mendoza was a teen living there before he permanently […]

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Amy Turn Sharp releases collection of poetry, Hold Me Like Ohio

Anne Evans Anne Evans Amy Turn Sharp releases collection of poetry, Hold Me Like Ohio

Locally lauded poet Amy Turn Sharp has amassed quite a collection of poems and has decided this is the year to pull together a selection for a book. She has selected forty poems for her new book, Hold Me Like Ohio. “I write a poem nearly every day,” says Sharp. “In 2012 I did a […]

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The Memory Eater Anthology now available for purchase

Anne Evans Anne Evans The Memory Eater Anthology now available for purchase

Some of you helped fund this project, and now the final product is here. Matthew Hance used Kickstarter to successfully raise over $4,400 to get his idea for a science-fiction inspired collection of stories published. The Memory Eater anthology ended up including 27 stories “based on a device with the ability to locate and destroy […]

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Writers to face off in Flash Fiction Championship Smackdown

 Brenda Layman Writers to face off in Flash Fiction Championship Smackdown

Columbus Creative Cooperative and Paging Columbus will present a Flash Fiction Championship Smackdown at the Urban Arts Space in downtown Columbus, Thursday, March 1, 2012, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. The event is free, and refreshments will be available. Ten contenders will each deliver a two-minute story. Audience votes will determine the top two, and […]

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New book One Fateful Night explores how teens survive high school and tragedy

Anne Evans Anne Evans New book One Fateful Night explores how teens survive high school and tragedy

New author and Westerville resident Wendi Farquharson Finn’s debut book, One Fateful Night, is having a launch party today, February 17, 2012. The book explores the life of Kate Kennedy, a teenager going through high school and a rising hopeful for the Olympics when tragedy changed everything. “The entire book is about Kate attempting to […]

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Anthology about Columbus, by Columbus, for Columbus

 Brenda Layman Anthology about Columbus, by Columbus, for Columbus

On December 14, 2011 a new book featuring twelve stories about Columbus, Ohio, written by twelve Central Ohio writers will hit shelves locally and nationally. A free release event to commemorate Across Town: Stories of Columbus will be held at Kafe Kerouac on Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 7:00 p.m., featuring readings from the book, […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

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