Ohio author comes to Marysville for the last talk in the Author Series
Editor’s note: The following information was written by Friends of the Library board member, Marysville resident and community volunteer Florence Allen.
Leah Stewart, will introduce Marysville residents to her books of fiction on April 24, at 7:00 PM. The author visit is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and Ms. Stewart will talk about her many books at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 233 6th St., Marysville, OH 43040.
Ms. Stewart is a professor in Creative Writing at the University of Cincinnati. Her newest book is titled, What You Don’t know About Charlie Outlaw. You can read about the promotion of the book on her website.
Leah is a critically acclaimed author, who has been the recipient of an NEA Literature Fellowship in 2014 and a Sachs Fund Prize in 2010. She has also been listed on The State Library of Ohio choose to Read Ohio. Her novel, The History of Us is set in her hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Her books have been recognized for their remarkable human insights, suspenseful plots, vivid prose and comedic moments. She has also published Body of a Girl and The Myth of You and Me, in additional to her other two books.
Residents who certainly enjoy meeting Leah and hearing about her writing adventures at our Veterans Auditorium. You’re invited to come share your love of reading and meet the author. Books will be available for purchase and the author will sign your selection.
Students will be admitted free. Tickets are available for purchase for $5.00 each at the door or at the Maysville Public Library.