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Location: Lakewood, OH

Little Libraries

There are 4 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

15425 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107
13705 Madison Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107
13229 Madison Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107
11602 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44111
3805 West 157th St., Cleveland, OH 44111
1600 Hampton Road, Rocky River, OH 44116
8216 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102
7910 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102
Westgate Mall, Fairview Park, OH 44126
4421 West 140th Street, Cleveland, OH 44135
21255 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, OH 44126
1900 Fulton Rd, Cleveland, OH 44113
4480 Ridge Road, Brooklyn, OH 44144
3545 Fulton Road, Cleveland, OH 44109
Horizontal Books (4.9 miles)
1921 W 25th St, Cleveland, OH 44113
Goddess Elite (5.1 miles)
23140 Lorain Road, North Olmstead, OH 44070
3096 Scranton Road, Cleveland, OH 44113
3706 Pearl Road, Cleveland, OH 44109
4303 Pearl Road, Cleveland, OH 44109
325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114
1023 Kenilworth, Cleveland, OH 44113
ASTOUND Comics (5.7 miles)
25943 Detroit Rd., Westlake, OH 44145
East 6th Street and Superior Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114
850 Jefferson Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113
6155 Engle Road, Brook Park, OH 44142

Local events

Jul
12
Storytime at Farmers Market (July 12)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Saturday, July 12 at 11am
Join us for a special storytime at the Hudson Farmers Market! All are welcome.

Location: Street: Offsite location: Clocktower Green City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 (added from IndieBound)
Jul
12
Betty Weibel with The Cleveland Grand Prix (July 12)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Saturday, July 12 at 1pm
Join us at The Learned Owl as we welcome Betty Weibel with her book The Cleveland Grand Prix: An American Show Jumping First. Ohio is the birthplace of the first show jumping grand prix in the Western Hemisphere. Since that first summer exhibition in 1965, the sport has grown to nearly 350 events nationwide, a billion dollar industry! From early harness racing to fox hunting, saddle up with equestrian authority Betty Weibel as she explains how this picturesque corner of the Chagrin Valley grew into a world-class horse sport hub. Ms. Weibel began her career as a news reporter with the Cleveland Press before joining a public relations agency. In her tenure there she was responsible for the National American Grandprix Association account and oversaw media and sponsor relations for the 35 event series. She was instrumental in introducing the sport of show jumping to media around the country and provided equestrian commentary for ESPN and PBS.

Location: Street: 204 N Main St City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
12
CLEAN: FROM REGGAE TO RECOVERY BY DAVID SMELTZ
Mac's Backs Books, Saturday, July 12 at 5pm
David Smeltz will be at Mac's to talk about his recovery memoir Clean: From Reggae to Recovery on Saturday, July 12th at 5 p.m. The proceeds benefit Clean House, a non-profit organization that helps recovering men gain the tools to live a healthy and sober lifestyle.

David Smeltz was one of the founders of I-Tal, a hugely popular and influential reggae band that formed in 1978. Years of alcohol and drug abuse led David to enter a recovery program over ten years ago. Clean is a frank, honest and gripping account of what it takes to get sober and remain so. It details the ups and downs of recovery and the people and programs that helped Dave reach sobriety.

David Smeltz works as a licensed physical therapist assistant. He is also a professional musician and martial arts instructor. David participates in and facilitates 12 Step meetings in which he shares greater than 10 years of experience, strength and hope to those who suffer from the disease of alcoholism and addiction. David is Executive Director of Clean House, Inc.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
13
Writing Workshop: Ekphrastic Poems (July 13)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Sunday, July 13 at 5pm
Our July Writing Workshop will focus on Ekphrastic Poems, and will be led by Natasha Rodriguez-Carroll. Cost: $45. Please call to pre-register: 330-653-2252.

Location: Street: 204 N Main St City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
13
CLEVELAND RIGHTS READERS
Mac's Backs Books, Sunday, July 13 at 6:30pm
Cleveland Rights Readers, a book club that discusses fiction and non-fiction related to human rights will meet on Sunday, July 13th at 6:30 p.m. to discuss The Case of the General's Thumb by Andrey Kurkov.

John Le Carré meets Mikhail Bulgakov in this international crime thriller by the author of the acclaimed Death and the Penguin

The corpse of a distinguished general is found attached to an advertising balloon—and minus his thumb. Police Lieutenant Viktor Slutsky is sent in to investigate. So, too, is KGB officer Nik Tsensky. They begin their investigations unbeknownst to each other, but quickly find themselves mystified about developments caused by the other.

Thus begins a comedy of very dangerous errors as the two crisscross Europe, Russia, and the Ukraine, catalysts in a bizarre battle between the Russian and Ukrainian secret services.

What ensues is simultaneously hilarious, tragic, and suspenseful, with a fascinating cast of characters who would seem absurd if they weren’t so compelling: a larger-than-life hitman, a deaf-and-dumb blonde, and a turtle. Then there’s the gun that shoots backwards...

And as the two faithful investigators find themselves to be pawns in a story of post-Soviet collapse, it becomes—as usual in the work of this modern Russian master—an inspiring tale of resilience against the dark forces of the day.

Andrey Kurkov borrowed money from friends to self publish his first books, which he sold himself on the sidewalks of Kiev. He has gone on to become one of the most popular and critically acclaimed writers in Ukrainian history, and his books have been translated into 25 languages.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
14
Author Michael Grant Jaffe at the Hudson Library (July 14)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Monday, July 14 at 7pm
Cleveland author Michael Grant Jaffe will discuss his newly released book, When Blackness was a Virtue. He has published three other novels: Whirlwind, Skateaway, and Dance Real Slow, which was made into the movie A Cool Dry Place. Kabir Bhatia of NPR's WKSU will be interviewing Jaffe.

Location: Street: Offsite location: 96 Library St. City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jul
15
LEAGUE PARK/JACOBS FIELD AUTHORS AT LOCAL TUESDAYS ON COVENTRY
Mac's Backs Books, Tuesday, July 15 at 6:30pm
Bryan Fritz, author of League Park: Historic Home of Cleveland Baseball 1891-1946 and Vince McKee, author of Jacob's Field: History & Tradition at the Jake will sign books at Mac's book tent on Tuesday, July 15th from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Mac's book tent is part of the vendor's village every Tuesday night this summer in the parking lot next to Heights Cleaners, across the street and a half block south of Mac's.

League Park is a comprehensive history of the primary home field for Major League Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 to 1946. The site boasts significant history beyond the majors, including the National Football League, Negro League baseball, college football and boxing, and has experienced an uncanny multitude of amazing events and people, although that history has heretofore gone largely unrecognized. This chronicle allows for these grounds to take their place among the more heralded parks of baseball's past and present. Perhaps the most unique feature of League Park is that is has survived to this day as a baseball grounds, with renovations of the site scheduled to completed this summer.

The sports landscape changed in the spring of 1994 when the Cleveland Indians moved into their new stadium at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario. No longer the joke of the league, The Jake made them the jewel of baseball and helped revitalize a city and a fan base. For the first time ever,interviews and stories from the players, managers and front office personnel in Jacob's Field give the inside scoop on what happened on the field, in the dugout and behind the scenes of this exciting time in Cleveland sports history. Get the best seat in the house for the most recent addition to the Tribe's celebrated legacy.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
16
FRACKING KING
Mac's Backs Books, Wednesday, July 16 at 7pm
James Browning, author of the hilarious novel The Fracking King will read at Mac's on Wednesday, July 16th at 7 p.m.

Anne Caruso from the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club will also be on hand to discuss Ohio fracking issues.

The Fracking King is a striking debut novel about boarding school, hardcore Scrabble, and fracking--a new kind of environmental novel by an important voice in the debate about fracking in America.

When the tap water at the Hale Boarding School for Boys bursts into flames, people blame fracking. Life at Hale has always been fraught--the swim test consists of being thrown into the pool with wrists and ankles tied, and a boy can be expelled if he and a girl keep fewer than "three feet on the floor." But the sight of combustible drinking water and the possibility that fracking is making Hale kids sick turn one student into an unlikely hero in the fight to stop the controversial drilling practice.

Winston Crwth, a Scrabble prodigy whose baffling last name rhymes with "truth," knows what it's like to be "fractured," having grown up with his father in Philadelphia and his mother in California. On Winston's comic journey to the Pennsylvania State Scrabble Championship, where he hopes to win an audience with beauty-queen-turned-governor Linda King LaRue, he matches wits with Thomasina Wodtke-Weir, the headmaster's prematurely gray daughter and the most popular (read: only) girl at school; the state poet laureate, whose verse consists of copying out dictionary entries and restroom graffiti; and David Dark, son of the CEO of Dark Oil & Gas, the source of Winston's scholarship money.

"Browning’s clever and engaging debut, with its young Scrabble champion turned unlikely environmental advocate and timely ecological theme, is a funny and thought-provoking tale.”— Carl Hays, Booklist

James Browning is a spokesman and chief strategist for Common Cause, a government watchdog group. His nonfiction has been published in The Believer, The Village Voice, and elsewhere, and he is the co-author of “Deep Drilling, Deep Pockets,” a series of exposés about the political expenditures of the fracking industry.

Anne Caruso heads the Hydraulic Fracturing Committee of the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club. She became involved in the statewide anti-fracking network in 2010 when MoveOn.org members in Portage County brought the problems associated with fracking to the attention of Cleveland MoveOn.org. Since then Anne has followed the politics, economics and health effects of fracking in Ohio and around the country and speaks to groups who are interested in learning about this. Anne is a retired teacher.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
16
Karin Slaughter
Karin Slaughter (Beyond Reach, Faithless, Fractured, Undone, Triptych, Broken, Fallen, Criminal: A Novel, Snatched: A Novella, Unseen, Busted (Novella), Cop Town, The Will Trent Series 7-Book Bundle)

Karin Slaughter is the New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author of fourteen thrillers, including Cop Town, Unseen, Criminal, Fallen, Broken, Undone, Fractured, Beyond Reach, Triptych, Faithless, and the e-original novellas “Snatched” and “Busted.” She is a native of Georgia. (added from Random House)… (more)
Jul
16
MAC'S BOOK CLUB/IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS
Mac's Backs Books, Wednesday, July 16 at 7:30pm
Mac's Book Club will discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot on Wednesday, July 16th at 7:30 p.m.

Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. She was a poor black tobacco farmer whose cells—taken without her knowledge in 1951—became one of the most important tools in medicine, vital for developing the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping, and more. Henrietta's cells have been bought and sold by the billions, yet she remains virtually unknown, and her family can't afford health insurance. This phenomenal New York Times bestseller tells a riveting story of the collision between ethics, race, and medicine; of scientific discovery and faith healing; and of a daughter consumed with questions about the mother she never knew.

“A real-life detective story, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks probes deeply into racial and ethical issues in medicine . . . The emotional impact of Skloot’s tale is intensified by its skillfully orchestrated counterpoint between two worlds.” —Nature

Rebecca Skloot is an award-winning science writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine; O, The Oprah Magazine; Discover; and many others. She was co-editor of The Best American Science Writing 2011 and has worked as a correspondent for NPR’s Radiolab and PBS’s Nova ScienceNOW.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
17
Merchants of Hudson Sidewalk Sale (July 17-20)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Thursday, July 17 at 00am
Merchants of Hudson Sidewalk Sale. Come to The Owl for a great sale, AND meet mouse & editor extraordinaire Geronimo Stilton!

Location: Street: 204 N Main St City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
17
Ohio author Michael Clune at the Hudson Library (July 17)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Thursday, July 17 at 7pm
Case Western Reserve Associate Professor Michael Clune will discuss White Out: The Secret Life of Heroin, which was chosen as a Best Book of 2013 by The New Yorker and NPR's On Point. It's Clune's memoir of his years of heroin addiction while attending graduate school. Kabir Bhatia of NPR's WKSU will be interviewing Clune.

Location: Street: Offsite location: 96 Library St. City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jul
19
Ohio Author Book Fair at the Hudson Library (July 19)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Saturday, July 19 at 00am
Meet a favorite author or get acquainted with someone new when the Hudson Library & Historical Society welcomes more than three dozen authors to its fourth Ohio Author Book Fair on July 19 from 1-4 PM. It's a great opportunity to engage with published and award winning authors and illustrators. The Learned Owl will provide books for purchase at this event. There is quite literally something for anyone's taste, including authors of poetry, gluten-free cookbooks, Amish mysteries, romance, true crime, Ohio & American history, self-help, historical novels, children's and teen books and nature books. In addition to the book fair, a panel of children's illustrators will discuss their craft from 9:30-11 AM, and Andrea Klein from Akron's Bookseller Inc. Antiquarian Books & Magazines will be appraising up to three books per patron from 1-4 PM. Kicking off the Ohio Author Book Fair will be two author talks and book signings. Monday, July 14 will feature Cleveland author Michael Grant Jaffe, author of When Blackness was a Virtue. In this book, Jaffe's protagonist faces a sudden downturn in his personal life and must deal with an ex-wife who makes his life miserable while he tries to keep his children happy in the midst of it all. He finds release for his frustrations through the violence of his bookie job as he tries to make sense of what happened to his life and hold onto his morality. Then on Thursday, July 17, Case Western Reserve Associate Professor Michael Clune will discuss White Out: The Secret Life of Heroin, which was chosen as a Best Book of 2013 by The New Yorkerand NPR's On Point. It's Clune's memoir of his years of heroin addiction while attending graduate school. From Johnny Appleseed to Bluebirds, Lake Erie Monsters to a harlot's tale, there is sure to be something for you at the Hudson Library & Historical Society Ohio Author Book Fair.

Location: Street: Offsite location: 96 Library St. City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
20
Author Jenny Milchman with Ruin Falls (July 20)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Sunday, July 20 at 2pm
Meet author Jenny Milchman. Jenny's psychological thrillers include Cover of snow and Ruin Falls.

Location: Street: 204 N Main St City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 (added from IndieBound)
Jul
22
ALTERNATIVE MOVIE POSTERS AT LOCAL TUESDAYS ON COVENTRY
Mac's Backs Books, Tuesday, July 22 at 6:30pm
Matthew Chojnacki will sign copies of Alternative movie posters: Film Art from the Underground and Put the needle on the record: The 1980's at 45 Revolutions Per Minute at Mac's book tent on Tuesday, July 22nd from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Mac's book tent is part of the vendor's village every Tuesday night this summer in the parking lot next to Heights Cleaners, across the street and a half block south of Mac's.

An underground network of graphic designers and artists has reinvigorated the art of the movie poster, crafting stunning pieces for classic and cult films. Alternative movie posters is the first comprehensive look at the movement, presenting this eclectic and dynamic medium through more than 200 eye-popping posters from over 100 cutting-edge artists, coupled with fascinating commentary and behind-the-scenes information. These new, underground posters have quickly become the most coveted by ardent moviegoers; they are typically produced in very limited runs, sell out within minutes, and command upwards of several hundred dollars each. With a smart, fresh visual perspective, Alternative movie posters celebrate classics like Star Wars, A Clockwork Orange, and The Shining as well as cult favorites: The Big Lebowski, Blade Runner, and Pink Flamingos

Put the needle on the record presents and compares more than 250 vinyl single covers representing nearly every prominent musician of the decade. Read the previously untold stories behind the most iconic images from the designers and visual talent behind Madonna, Prince, Pink Floyd, Queen, Adam Ant, Iron Maiden, The Clash, Pet Shop Boys, Van Halen, and more.

Matthew Chojnacki is a freelance writer and film/music historian in Cleveland.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
23
Author Gary Webster at the Hudson Library (July 23)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Wednesday, July 23 at 7pm
Meet Gary Webster, author of When in Doubt, Fire the Skipper: Midseason Managerial Changes in Major League Baseball. Gary's earlier books include .721: A History of the 1954 Cleveland Indians and Tris Speaker and the 1920 Cleveland Indians.

Location: Street: Offsite location: 96 Library St. City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jul
29
MARLEY LEGEND/JAMES HENKE AT LOCAL TUESDAYS ON COVENTRY
Mac's Backs Books, Tuesday, July 29 at 6:30pm
James Henke, who has written several books about iconic musicians including John Lennon and Jim Morrison, will sign Marley Legend: An Illustrated Life of Bob Marley at Mac's Book Tent in Coventry's Vendor Village on Tuesday, July 29th from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Marley Legend celebrates the life and work of Bob Marley in an authorized and fully illustrated biography. This innovative book features rare photographs and 20 removable facsimiles, including Marley's handwritten lyrics and concert memorabilia, even a private sketchbook. The package also includes a 50-minute spoken word CD featuring archival Marley interviews. Rock journalist James Henke relates the dramatic story of Marley's life, from his impoverished childhood in Jamaica's Trenchtown to his spiritual awakening through Rastafarianism, his multinational musical success, and his death from cancer at age 36.

In addition to interviews with Marley's family and associates conducted especially for this book, Henke includes thoughts on favorite Marley songs from such diverse artists as U2's Bono, Sean Paul, Ben Harper, and Chrissie Hynde. Marley's message was one of love, peace, and equality and in words and pictures, Marley Legend shows why Bob Marley is, as Entertainment Weekly called him, "still the world's biggest rock star."

James Henke was a writer and editor at Rolling Stone magazine for 16 years. A former curator at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, he has written and edited several books on rock and roll.

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
31
Book Club in a Bar discusses The Vanishing (July 31)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Thursday, July 31 at 7pm
Our Book Club in a Bar will meet to discuss Wendy Webb's The Vanishing. Location TBA.

Location: Street: Offsite location TBA City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Aug
5
TAMASIN NOYES/VEGAN COOKBOOKS AT LOCAL TUESDAYS ON COVENTRY
Mac's Backs Books, Tuesday, August 5 at 6:30pm
Tamasin Noyes, author of Vegan Finger Foods, Grills Gone Vegan and three other Vegan cookbooks will be Mac's Book Tent on Tuesday, August 5th from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Mac's Book Tent is part of the vendor's village every Tuesday night this summer in the parking lot next to Heights Cleaners, across the street and a half block south of Mac's.

Vegan Finger Foods features more than 100 recipes for appetizers, small plates/entrees, snacks and treats that don't require a fork or any other utensil - other than your fingers. Recipes include ingredients that can be found at almost any grocery store or farmer's market - no faux meats, mayos, cheeses, or the like. There are even low-fat, soy-free, and gluten-free recipes.

Tamasin Noyes, a long time vegan, grew up in a meat- and-potatoes family. After years of cookbook testing, Tami became an author herself. Her cookbooks show that she found her cooking niche in big, bold layers of flavor and compassionate, super satisfying food. To Tami, cooking is the kindest form of nurturing for the planet as well as all of us who live on it. She lives in Ashtabula, Ohio.

With Celine Steen, Tami has written Vegan Finger Foods, Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day! (2012) and The Whole Grain Vegan Baking Book (2013). Tami's solo works include American Vegan Kitchen (2010) and Grills Gone Vegan (2013).

For more information and recipes, check out Tami's blog and website at www.veganappetite.com

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Aug
17
History Book Club: Sinking of the Titanic (Aug. 17)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Sunday, August 17 at 2pm
Our History Book Club will meet to discuss the sinking of the Titanic. Read any book on the subject and join us!

Location: Street: 204 N Main St City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Aug
20
MAC'S BOOK CLUB/BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS
Mac's Backs Books, Wednesday, August 20 at 7:30pm
Mac's Book Club will discuss Behind the Beautiful Forevers By Katherine Boo on Wednesday, August 20th at 7:30 p.m.

“Reported like Watergate, written like Great Expectations, and handily the best international nonfiction in years.”—New York

In this brilliant, breathtaking book by Pulitzer Prize winner Katherine Boo, a bewildering age of global change and inequality is made human through the dramatic story of families striving toward a better life in Annawadi, a makeshift settlement in the shadow of luxury hotels near the Mumbai airport.

As India starts to prosper, the residents of Annawadi are electric with hope. Abdul, an enterprising teenager, sees “a fortune beyond counting” in the recyclable garbage that richer people throw away. Meanwhile Asha, a woman of formidable ambition, has identified a shadier route to the middle class. With a little luck, her beautiful daughter, Annawadi’s “most-everything girl,” might become its first female college graduate. And even the poorest children, like the young thief Kalu, feel themselves inching closer to their dreams. But then Abdul is falsely accused in a shocking tragedy; terror and global recession rock the city; and suppressed tensions over religion, caste, sex, power, and economic envy turn brutal.

With intelligence, humor, and deep insight into what connects people to one another in an era of tumultuous change, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, based on years of uncompromising reporting, carries the reader headlong into one of the twenty-first century’s hidden worlds—and into the hearts of families impossible to forget.

Katherine Boo is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a former reporter and editor for The Washington Post. Her reporting has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize, a MacArthur “Genius” grant, and a National Magazine Award for Feature Writing. For the last decade, she has divided her time between the United States and India. This is her first book. Winner of The National Book Award | The PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award | The Los Angeles Times Book Prize | The American Academy of Arts & Letters Award in Literature | The New York Public Library Helen Bernstein Book Award

Location: Street: 1820 Coventry Rd Additional: City: Cleveland Heights, Province: Ohio Postal Code: 44118 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
3
Julia Keller with Summer of the Dead (Sept. 3)
The Learned Owl Book Shop, Wednesday, September 3 at 00am
Meet author Julia Keller. Time and details TBA.

Location: Street: 204 N Main St City: Hudson, Postal Code: 44236-2826 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Sep
8
Author Marketing Live!
The Renaissance Hotel, Cleveland, OH, Monday, September 8 at 07am
Ever wanted to write a best-selling book? Come join us for the premiere in-person learning and networking event for authors who want to dominate the world of publishing. Only 150 seats are available.

COME MEET JOHNNY B. TRUANT OF THE SELF PUBLISHING PODCAST!

AGENDA

Morning Keynote: "Building Best-Sellers with Epic Content"
How I Did It: From Selling 2 Books A Day To 200 A Day”
“Creating, & Profiting from the Perfect ACX Audiobook Project”
“Build A Best-Selling Email Platform That Guarantees You Have Readers For Life”
Lunch (provided)
"Fast & Easy Ways To Find True Fans & Rabid Readers with Social Media"
“Discover New Readers & Grow Your Fan Base with Facebook Ads Without Breaking the Bank, How To Session”
"Best-Selling Book Cover Design Secrets"
Closing Keynote: “Write, Publish, Repeat… (The No-Luck-Required Guide to Self-Publishing Success)”

SPEAKERS

Joe Pulizzi, Founder, Content Marketing Word & Best-Selling Author
J. Thorn, Top 5 Amazon Horror Writer
David Lawrence, Actor & ACX/Podcasting Legend
Justin Premick, Aweber Email Marketing
Deb Carney from Bookgoodies & Vinny O'Hare, Awesomegang
Andrea Vahl, Facebook Marketing Expert
Derek Murphy, Award Winning Book Designer
Johnny B. Truant from The Self Publishing Podcast (jimkukral)
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Event location: The Renaissance Hotel
Sep
8
Author Marketing Live!
The Renaissance Hotel, Cleveland, OH, Monday, September 8 at 07am
Ever wanted to write a best-selling book? Come join us for the premiere in-person learning and networking event for authors who want to dominate the world of publishing. Only 150 seats are available.

COME MEET JOHNNY B. TRUANT OF THE SELF PUBLISHING PODCAST!

AGENDA

Morning Keynote: "Building Best-Sellers with Epic Content"
How I Did It: From Selling 2 Books A Day To 200 A Day”
“Creating, & Profiting from the Perfect ACX Audiobook Project”
“Build A Best-Selling Email Platform That Guarantees You Have Readers For Life”
Lunch (provided)
"Fast & Easy Ways To Find True Fans & Rabid Readers with Social Media"
“Discover New Readers & Grow Your Fan Base with Facebook Ads Without Breaking the Bank, How To Session”
"Best-Selling Book Cover Design Secrets"
Closing Keynote: “Write, Publish, Repeat… (The No-Luck-Required Guide to Self-Publishing Success)”

SPEAKERS

Joe Pulizzi, Founder, Content Marketing Word & Best-Selling Author
J. Thorn, Top 5 Amazon Horror Writer
David Lawrence, Actor & ACX/Podcasting Legend
Justin Premick, Aweber Email Marketing
Deb Carney from Bookgoodies & Vinny O'Hare, Awesomegang
Andrea Vahl, Facebook Marketing Expert
Derek Murphy, Award Winning Book Designer
Johnny B. Truant from The Self Publishing Podcast (jimkukral)
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