When Thomas Fox Averill talks short stories, we sit up and listen.
It’s cold! Cozy up with ten awesome titles from your library to read or watch.
As one of the most talented and enduring poetic talents to ever hail from our state, Denise Low has nourished the creative spirit of readers for decades.
These two novels are must-reads for fans of post-apocalyptic lit. They fit together perfectly for back-to-back reading awesomeness!
Learn how you can connect to your family roots with Denise Grau from the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia. Grau is the featured speaker for our library’s German Heritage Celebration on October 17, from 2-5pm.
In this episode, popular middle grades author Angela Cervantes talks about growing up in Topeka and shares details about her second book.
Celebrate German culture through music, dance, genealogy and theater 2-5 p.m. Oct. 17.
Eric McHenry believes in the everyday value of poetry. As the Poet Laureate of Kansas, he’ll be bringing poetry to every corner of the state.
Read on for an original interview with Topeka native Angela Cervantes.
Topeka teens ages 14-18 can become historians and win awesome prizes by competing in our Youth Indexing Competition. The grand prize winner receives a Surface Tablet. Read on for the details.
Lawrence author R.L. Naquin has built a big fan following with her quirky characters and immersive fantasy world. Read on for an original interview with the author.
Kij Johnson has won Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards for her otherworldly fiction, and she happens to live right next door–in Lawrence, Kansas. Read on for an original interview with this fantastic writer.