The assistant puzzles and games editor at "The New Yorker" talks about his career and slipping Michigan words into games
The professional actor and onetime punk rocker released his first book, "Humans, Being: A Story a Day for a Year," in December
Here’s what open mic nights, writing workshops, and panel events to check out
The Detroit writing and arts space is reading Mbue's new release, ’How Beautiful We Were’
Dig into these books this National Reading Month
The Detroit Writing Room, the Zell Visiting Writers Series, Detroit Public Library, metro Detroit bookshops, and more offer plenty of things to do in March
With creativity, perseverance, and a little extra online outreach, they're tackling the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19
Nearly 200 artists are featured in "With Eyes Opened"
Elena Abbott breaks barriers as the city's first Black female superhero
Looking for your next great read? Well, this year saw a bumper crop of standout titles.
Oakland University’s Emily Spunaugle tells their stories by preserving their work
Farbman, who is penning a new book about Cass Coridor artists, is the keynote speaker for JVS Human Services' 2020 Trade Secrets fundraiser
"Malorie" takes place 12 years after the events of the original story
Ease into summer with these page turners
A new campaign asks consumers to purchase any two books by black writers between June 14-20. Here are some suggestions for your reading list.
Facing personal and professional losses,the poet is finding inspiration in a life upended
The former gubernatorial candidate talks receiving death threats, intolerance within the Muslim community, and his frustrations with politicians
How the Motor City helped the artist find her voice
Literary columnist Amy Haimerl on the book you and your kids won't be able to put down
The author talks growing up under the rule of Saddam Hussein and the making of her award-winning book and documentary
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