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Join Us At The Cleveland Public Library For A Summer Of Reading Anisfield-Wolf

The annual Anisfield-Wolf brown bag lunch series at the Cleveland Public Library takes a twist this year with a deep dive into the Anisfield-Wolf catalog.   Doctoral student Valentino Zullo of Kent State University will introduce Cleveland to Anisfield-Wolf Book Award winners, both past and present. Zullo credits his mentor, Dr. Vera J. Camden, a professor of English at Kent State University, for teaching him the importance of conversation in literature. "It is through the sharing of stories that we are able to find relief from the outside world and learn to reimagine our role within it."   Beginning Wednesday, June 10, an in-depth discussion of each book will occur over the summer. The Anisfield-Wolf Book Award book discussions will take place at the Main Library, in the... Read More →

VIDEO: Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 – Is This The Future Of Literature?

Book clubs have tended to be a very private thing. Intimate gatherings among friends, book clubs were a simple time to reflect and discuss whatever work happened to have your group's attention at the moment. With Oprah's new book club, the experience has been magnified. Featuring webisodes with the authors and an ongoing Twitter conversation, Oprah hopes to take her book club (dubbed Oprah's Book Club 2.0) to the next level. Check out the first webisode with Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild.  Do you like this type of book club? Will you be participating?  Read More →

What To Expect From Oprah’s Book Club 2.0

2010 Lifetime Achievement winner Oprah Winfrey (do we even need to say her last name?) had big news to share - she's ready to bring back her insanely popular book club, ready to tackle an all new landscape. Check out the video above and get the details on what Oprah has up her sleeve. She's planning to include reader's tweets (using the hashtag #OprahsBookClub), Facebook posts and Instagram photos in a social media wrap-up on Oprah.com. The first selection is Wild by Cheryl Strayed, the story of one woman's trek along the Pacific Coast—on foot. Check out Oprah's Twitter feed to learn more. Read More →

Cuyahoga County Public Library Celebrates Anisfield-Wolf

The Anisfield-Wolf book prize 75th anniversary celebration is in full swing at Cuyahoga County Public Library. Since January, Library staff members have facilitated lively discussions of books by Anisfield-Wolf book prize-winning authors in each of the Library’s 28 branches. Special Anisfield-Wolf book discussion series held in the Library’s Bay Village (502 Cahoon Road / 440.871.6392), Beachwood (25501 Shaker Boulevard / 216.831.6868) and Parma Heights (6206 Pearl Road / 440.884.2313) branches have been extremely popular. Each month, book clubs meet at these branches to engage in thought-provoking discussions of books by Anisfield-Wolf book prize-winners. Past discussion titles have included: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz; Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali; and The... Read More →
  • 2019 Winners Announced

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