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Cleveland Browns QB Bernie Kosar discusses football, resiliency & ‘Learning to Scramble’

Cleveland Browns Quarterback Bernie Kosar—you may have heard of him—visited us on Wednesday to discuss his life, career, and new book, Learning to Scramble. He talked about: The process of writing “Learning to Scramble” His childhood in Youngstown The importance of … Continue reading

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Award-winning broadcaster Romona Robinson coming to Mentor Library

Local legend Romona Robinson will discuss her Emmy Award-winning career in broadcast and read from her new book, A Dirt Road to Somewhere, when she comes to our Main Branch at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 9. Robinson became the first … Continue reading

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D.M. Pulley returns to talk writing, torso slayings

Award-winning writer D.M. Pulley is returning to Mentor Public Library on Thursday, Nov. 30, to help us conclude National Novel Writing Month. First, Pulley will lead a session where writers can share and discuss their stories that they’ve written this month at 6:30 … Continue reading

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Claire McMillan talks Edith Wharton, summer reads & ‘The Necklace’

Claire McMillan, author of The Necklace, visited us last week and discussed: Edith Wharton’s influence on her, as well as what it’s like to write in Wharton’s historic home, The Mount. her summer reads, including Alissa Nutting’s Made for Love, Roxane Gay’s The … Continue reading

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Learn ‘How to Speak Midwestern’ with Edward McClelland

Edward McClelland, the author of How to Speak Midwestern, visited our library earlier this month. If you missed his talk, you can still watch our interview with him. McClelland: takes us on a tour of some of the region’s most … Continue reading

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