Out Loud! The Metro Library Network Author Series — the collaborative program of the Cedar Rapids, Hiawatha and Marion public libraries ... »
A first for the University of Iowa will showcase another first from a long (long) time ago.
First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shake ... »
A young woman in the grips of an eating disorder narrates her codependent relationship with her alcoholic boyfriend in Sarah Gerard’s debut ... »
In “On Immunity: An Inoculation,” Eula Biss explores the anxieties and prejudices swirling through debates about vaccination. Biss, w ... »
Up until 15 years ago, Morgantown, WV, hosted an annual rattlesnake sacking competition.
Those brave — or foolhardy — enough t ... »
Imagine you are a successful 44-year-old woman. You have overcome raising your daughter alone after your husband left for a younger woman and start ... »
Growing up is complicated, especially for young women in Texas, or so it seems in Keija Parssinen’s second novel, “The Unraveling of ... »
This April marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. After four years of war with more than 620,000 Americans dead, the ship, accord ... »
Dealing with mold is never pleasant. Jill Ciment’s remarkable new novel takes that unpleasantness a step further, introducing the world to a ... »
Ander Monson’s “Letter to a Future Lover: Marginalia, Errata, Secrets, Inscriptions, and Other Ephemera Found in Libraries” (G ... »
You may not be familiar with award-winning children’s author and illustrator Claudia McGehee’s books, but if you’ve ever swill ... »
The Moffitt houses of Iowa City — each one built with scrap metal, parts salvaged from burned buildings and demolition sites, limestone from ... »
Award-winning author Joseph Kanon of New York will read from and talk about his new thriller “Leaving Berlin” at a special eve ... »