Writing / Literature

Hello, Columbus: A Writer's Reintroduction To His Adopted City

The author of “Fourth Down And Out,” the first in a series of books about a Columbus-based private detective, discusses how researching and writing the book pushed him to discover new sights, stories and surprises about Ohio’s capital. Join Andrew Welsh-Huggins for a discussion of the process that he went through to write his novel and his exploration of Columbus.

Andrew Welsh-Huggins is a Legal Affairs reporter for The Associated Press in Columbus, and the author of books on the death penalty and terrorism in addition to Fourth Down And Out. He previously worked at newspapers in Youngstown, Bloomington, Ind., and Providence, Rhode Island. He is a graduate of Kenyon College.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

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Book Publishing 101

Kelsey Swindler conducts this workshop that focuses on all aspects of book publishing–from traditional publishing to self-publishing, and everything in between.

Kelsey Swindler is the marketing and business development lead at Orange Frazer

Press, an independent publisher in Wilmington, Ohio. Kelsey is a graduate of

Wittenberg University, where she received her B.A. in English Literature, and

the University of Denver, where she received a certificate in publishing from the

Publishing Institute. She loves her hardcovers and e-books equally and keeps a

watchful eye on the publishing industry. Kelsey blogs about book publishing at

orangefrazercustombooks.com/blog, and you can also follower her on Twitter at

@kelseyswindler.

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

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