A Very Literary Cleveland Brings Writers Guide to Cleveland Public Library

Sat 3/10 @ 4-6PM

Without writers, there’d be no libraries (or free press), and Cleveland Public Library is no exception. In fact, Cleveland’s illustrious literary prominence makes it exceptional, and CPL’s Ohio Center for the Book makes that fact known with a celebration of Ohio’s literary greats, big and small.

The main branch holds the Writer’s Guide to Cleveland Public Library, a Literary Cleveland members-only tour of its Special Collections and Literature from 4-5pm, followed by refreshments on the main floor from 5-6pm(Don’t worry, you can still become a member when you register.)

Check out CPL’s mini collection, and its Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, the latter of which is the only American award of its kind that recognizes works addressing racism and diversity.

Admission is free for members, and reservations are required.

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[Written by Lucy McKernan]

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