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In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain speaks with local journalist Nick Swartsell. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on Cincinnati, media in the time of COVID-19, the upcoming election, and more.

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Whether you're battling boredom or writer's block, Reference Librarian Adam Vorobok has writing games to help get you out of that rut.

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Writer-in-Residence Dani McClain shares tips for keeping a journal during unprecedented times.

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April is National Poetry Month! Senior Library Services Assistant Clarity Amrein has lots of ways to help you participate and celebrate.

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In her latest video, author and journalist Dani McClain discusses what writing means to her and gives advice to aspiring writers.

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This Women's History Month the Library is celebrating women's health and wellness. We’re kicking things off March 6 from Noon – 4 p.m. at the Downtown Main Library by providing on-site resources to female-identifying individuals with representatives from various local and national organizations.

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In this episode of "Inside the Writer's Head", Dani McClain sits down with local journalist and publisher of ‘The Cincinnati Herald’, Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney.

How to read like the Writer-in-Residence

  • February 24, 2020 |
  • 3 MIN READ|
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In a new video, Writer-in-Residence Dani McClain shares some of the books that inform her work as well as what she currently has checked out from the Library.

What reading means to me

  • February 19, 2020 |
  • 3 MIN READ|
  • General
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Back and bigger than ever, the Library's third annual African American Read-In drew booklovers together for an afternoon celebrating Black writers and illustrators. There, we asked attendees to share what reading means to them.

Noname's Book Club

  • February 12, 2020 |
  • 3 MIN READ|
  • General
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If you're interested in a digital book club with a national following of more than 130,000 that focuses on uplifting the voices of people of color, then look no further than Chicago-based rapper Noname's Book Club.

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