Three recommended reads for National Superhero Day
April 28 is “National Superhero Day,” which is said to have been created by Marvel Comics employees in 1995. While it’s not the worldwide celebration that next Saturday’s Free Comic Book Day will be, it’s always fun to talk about superheroes.
Here are three recommended superhero reads for National... Read More
Writer drives Oklahoma noir novel
If the name Gene Triplett sounds familiar, it should — his byline has appeared for years within the pages of The Oklahoman, where he worked as city editor and features editor and now, since his retirement from full-time employment, as a sort of reviewer at large.
For his fiction debut, Triplett has... Read More
BEST OF BOOKS
1313 E Danforth Rd., Edmond
Local authors Lynda Stephenson and Karen Ginther Graham will promote and sign their latest books from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Stephenson's newest book is "Still Marching On," the conclusion to her Frankilee Baxter trilogy, which involves the Civil Rights movement.... Read More
Winners announced for 2016 Oklahoma Book Awards
Cherokee author, poet and playwright Diane Glancy was the Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, and the late author/historian H. Wayne Morgan received the Ralph Ellison Award at the 2016 Oklahoma Book Awards banquet on April 9, 2016. Read More
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