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Literary Arts Section

  • Villager’s new book engages with ‘inner critic’

    A book launch event for “Dear Inner Critic: A Self-Doubt Activity Book” will be held Friday, May 31, 6–7:30 p.m., at Epic Book Shop on Xenia Avenue. The book is currently available at Epic Book Shop and Dark Star Books.

  • Becker to discuss Palestine book

    Writer and activist Richard Becker will discuss his book “Palestine, Israel and the U.S. Empire” on Tuesday, May 28, 6-7:30 p.m., at Epic Book Shop, 232 Xenia Ave.

  • Book review | Local complexities in Geisel’s ‘Wheat Penny’

    It’s hard to believe that longtime villager Scott Geisel is back already with another Jackson Flint mystery — the third, “Wheat Penny,” set mostly in and around Yellow Springs.

  • ‘On the Mad River’ | Villager’s new novel brings Ohio town to life

    In the novel “On the Mad River,” author and Yellow Springs resident Lucrecia Guerrero breathes life into a fictional 1980s Ohio town and its inhabitants as they confront a changing world and their own changing desires.

  • Book Review | Kiser’s ‘Young Woman’ hits home

    Local author Jo Ann Kiser’s new novel, “A Young Woman from the Provinces,” unspools a journey to the self, the only reliable home that is everyone’s birthright.

  • Annual Solstice Poetry Reading set

    Now in its 12th year, the Solstice Poetry Reading, presented by Tecumseh Land Trust, or TLT, and Glen Helen, will be Friday, Dec. 8, 7–9 p.m., at the Glen’s Vernet Ecology Center, 405 Corry St.

  • Barbara Fleming’s ‘African American Mothers’ nudges policymakers

    Local resident Barbara Fleming, Ph.D., recently released her new book, “African American Mothers: Their Children and Their Poverty in America in the First Quarter of the Twenty-First Century.”

  • Kay Reimers writes Yellow Springs history in ‘How It Happened’

    In order to understand the identity and character of Yellow Springs, it helps to know something about its history. That’s the guiding principle of local author Kay Reimers’ recently released historical book, “How It Happened: The Creation of Yellow Springs, Ohio.

  • Emergent Verse | Private matters

    Banner for column "Emergent Verse" by Ed Davis

    Readers may remember Audrey Hackett as not only a former reporter for the Yellow Springs News, but also the writer of “First Lines,” a poetry column she penned for a couple of years.

  • MJ Werthman White debuts bittersweet novel

    “An Invitation to the Party,” by local resident MJ Werthman White, was released by Regal House Publishing on July 18 —  a book launch event is set for Epic Books, Friday, July 28, 6–8 p.m.

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