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GCAC Presents: Young Authors Take Center Stage at Thurber House This Fall

 Heather Whaling GCAC Presents: Young Authors Take Center Stage at Thurber House This Fall

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Thurber House—home of humorist, author and New Yorker cartoonist James Thurber—is a non-profit literary center and museum and a unique national treasure. Thurber House programs include the Thurber Prize for Humor, the only such recognition of humor writing in the country; a month-long residency for writers of […]

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New Book Featuring The Ohio Statehouse Now Available

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Book Featuring The Ohio Statehouse Now Available

A new book titled “Ohio Statehouse: A Building for the Ages” was made available last week in the Statehouse Museum Shop. This new 80-page book features over 120 historic images of the buildings, grounds and events at the Ohio Statehouse dating back to 1839. “Over the years, people have consistently asked if we had a […]

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Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home In Stores Today

Anne Evans Anne Evans Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home In Stores Today

In case you missed the Book Release Party last Saturday at the Wexner Center, you can now get yourself a copy of Jeni Britton Bauer’s debut cookbook Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home. Published by Artisan, the hardcover book is listed for $23.95. You can purchase a signed copy for $30 on Jeni’s website, which […]

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Literary Journal Filigree Provides Local Writers a Platform for their Work

Walker Evans Walker Evans Literary Journal Filigree Provides Local Writers a Platform for their Work

Periodisa Publishing was recently launched as a way for Columbus authors to have local access to literary services, publishing and distribution. Founders James Harris and Lori Gum recognized the value in producing regular content to showcase what Columbus writers have to offer, and the idea for Filigree was born. Filigree is a new literary journal […]

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Northwest Library Hosts Edible Books Contest

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger

The International Edible Books Festival is an annual event that celebrates good books, good taste, and culinary creativity around the world. Launched in 2000, the Festival recognizes the April 1st birthday of French gastronome Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826), one of the most influential food critics in history. Brillat-Savarin’s book, “Physiologie du gout (“The Physiology of Taste”)” […]

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Nix Comics: Ken Eppstein’s Worst Idea Ever?

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger

The first issue of central Ohio’s own Nix Comics Quarterly hit local shops and record store this past January. Customarily the launch of any new publication is accompanied by grand pronouncements of impending world domination and assertions that the media landscape will never be the same. Nix Comics‘ self-deprecating founder, funder, editor, and entrepreneur Ken […]

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Columbus Mega Weekend – Fall 2010 – Vol 8

Anne Evans Anne Evans Columbus Mega Weekend – Fall 2010 – Vol 8

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! I hope you are celebrating your shortened work week with friends and family. Are you cooking, or going out? Planning on hitting any Black Friday Deals? Or supporting small business on Small Business Saturday? Kelli Martin of Anti.Label is having a Fashion Show at What the Rock?! on Friday night. The Franklin […]

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