This month’s readers are learning how to live a peaceful life, reveling in historical fiction and diving into the role of women in Imperial Rome.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with plenty of ways to enjoy poetry, plus a literary dating game and updates on local book clubs.
The Gabber talks to author Florida Book Award-winner Gale Massey about her newest short story collection “Rising and Other Stories.”
After multiple postponements due to COVID-19, the Best Seat in the House Chair-ity Auction (with a View!) is on for March 20 during the Third Saturday IndieFaire.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we asked two community organizers to share their recommendations for a book that celebrates women.
This week’s Art Bits takes a look at events celebrating women’s history, Florida writing and the Gabber and Floridarama book clubs.
Art blooms in the Food Forest, Gulfport’s got art in the yard and a battle royal for artists at Bayboro Brewing.
This month, “What We’re Reading” talks to librarians and booksellers about their recommendations for Black History Month.
St. Petersburg’s main branch library is now the President Barack Obama Main Library; Wordier Than Thou virtual publishing conference; the Gabber Book Club.
First Friday Art Walk features artist of the month Patricia Kluwe Deridian; Mize Gallery keeps it “cute” and calls for Florida artists.
“What We’re Reading” is a column about readers in the community and the books they love, in their own words.
Do you love to read? There’s a whole lot going on for readers in the area, whether you love cozy mysteries or non-fiction.