For our twenty-second episode of the West End Stories Project, we spoke to former youth football coach, Mayso Stevenson Jr., who lived in the West End from the early 1950s to the 1980s.
Poetry month can be an opportunity to step back and look at the place of the poet and her writing in the world, decide how that affects us, and how we can impact that synergy.
El mes de la poesía puede ser la oportunidad de dar un paso atrás y observar cuál es el lugar del poeta y su escritura en el mundo, decidir el modo en que eso nos afecta, y la manera en que nosotros podemos afectar esa sinergia.
Thank a Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library staff member or team by writing a short note. We will share them with staff during Library Worker's Day 2022.
A detailed trademark registry book of Cincinnati businesses dating back to the 1920's is now viewable on CHPL's Digital Library.
Bring your phone, tablet, Kindle, or laptop for help with the Library’s apps and online resources, such as Libby, our app for borrowing and reading eBooks.
The first event of CHPL's 25th annual Poetry in the Garden series is kicking off Tuesday, April 11 from 6-8 p.m. at the Clifton Branch Library. Held in celebration of National Poetry Month, this event will feature the Library’s very own Writer-in-Residence, Dr. Manuel Iris and four poets from the Greater Cincinnati Writers League.
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