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Books by the Banks

Oct 6, 2013
Designed by Jeffrey Ebbeler, Mount Washington

Books by the Banks, this Saturday at the Duke Energy Center, brings literature to life for all ages. Free and open to the public, you can meet local and nationally-known authors and illustrators, and purchase autographed copies of their work. Kate Lawrence, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Adult Services, Programming and Exhibits manager, and Michael Link, Author/Publisher coordinator for Joseph-Beth Booksellers, give us a preview.

Simon and Schuster

Clones of infamous serial killers escape from a secret government facility, and now it’s up to a former Army Ranger to stop them - with the help of a teenage killer clone. Local Author Geoffrey Girard ‘s CAIN'S BLOOD is a terrifying novel about the evil in each of us. Geoffrey, one of the authors featured at this Saturday’s Books by the Banks, discusses his novel with Mark Perzel.

Book review: "Eventide" by Shelley Shepard Gray

Oct 4, 2013

Kelly Blewett has a review of Eventide: The Days of Redemption Series, Book Three by New York Times & USA Today bestselling author (and local writer making it big!), Shelley Shepard Gray.

Local author and winner of an Independent Publishers’ Book Award, Jacki Lyon, is in our studio with Barbara Gray to talk about her newest novel, Salty Miss Tenderloin, which takes place, in large part, here in Cincinnati.

Curtis Sittenfeld is a Cincinnati native whose novels have topped the bestseller charts, and even after taking a 5 year break to start a family, she’s back on top with Sisterland. Curtis was in town recently and she came by our studios to talk about this book and her career so far with our Barbara Gray.

Jane Durrell has a review of a fascinating book about the engraving and print trade in 18th century Cincinnati, The Engraving Trade in Early Cincinnati: With a Brief Account of the Beginning of the Lithographic Trade, by author Donald C. O’Brien.

Perhaps Cincinnati’s most acclaimed author of children’s literature is Andrea Cheng. She’s in our studio with Barbara Gray to talk about her newest trilogy, which kicked off with the book The Year of the Baby.

Barbara Gray welcomes local author and UC Associate Professor Nikki Taylor into the studio to talk about her new book, America’s First Black Socialist: The Radical Life of Peter H. Clark. He led the fight for African Americans' access to Ohio's public schools and became the first black principal in the state.

"The Land Beyond the Portal"

Jul 19, 2013

Barbara Gray welcomes local author J.S. Bailey into the studio to talk about her new book, the supernatural thriller The Land Beyond the Portal.

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