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"If You Could See Me" is Richmonder Erin Lessin Mahone's debut book of life lessons. more

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The author of the best-selling novel “Hidden Figures” will be a featured speaker at this year’s James River Writers Conference. more

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Local authors will talk about and share their work in the inaugural RVA Lit Crawl, April 21-22. more

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Throw on your best dark cloak and practice your melancholy: It's the Poe Film Festival, beginning Thursday at the Poe Museum's Unhappy Hour. more

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Celebrity tale-teller Kitty Kelley and several Pulitzer winning biographers are visiting Richmond for the Biographers International Organization conference, June 3-5. more

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Richmond magazine was the first-place winner at the 2016 RVA Awesome Adult Spelling Bee, hosted by the Podium Foundation at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery April 4. more

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Three Richmond novelists in the past months have published books dealing with characters who are pretty fly. more

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Read Dale Hanks' story, "The Inspection," written during the Virginia War Memorial's 10-week Mighty Pen Project for veterans. more

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The author of the acclaimed thriller "Rage Against the Dying" talks about her writing life and her upcoming appearance at the James River Writers Conference. more

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Robin Traywick Williams is the winner of the sixth Best Unpublished Novel contest sponsored by James River Writers and Richmond magazine. Her book, The Key to the Quarter Pole, centers on an independent woman with a passion for horse racing. more

James River Writers’ Aug. 26 edition of “The Writing Show” is set to pay homage to literary Virginia. more

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From Thursday to Sunday at VCU, the Marcia Powell Festival of Religion and the Arts will bring artists, scholars and other interested participants together to discuss religion, spirituality and art. more

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He's changed the way people think about comics and the concept of the "graphic novel." It's more about how we create stories and process information. more

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Poet Janaka Stucky stops here on tour with his latest poetry collection, "The Truth Is We Are All Perfect," alongside Richmond writers Valley Haggard and Allison Titus. Plus, why the Germans didn't blow up Paris and 100-year-old man of many hats. more

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Michele Young-Stone's first novel took an unlikely occurrence through the tumult of family rifts, love denied, and inexplicable events. In her new book, "Above Us Only Sky," the absolute worst of humanity is juxtaposed against the best. more

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"Doonesbury" comic strip author Garry Trudeau talks about the "Alpha House" series he created for Amazon, featuring John Goodman, about Republican lawmakers living as housemates in Washington, D.C., and how he started a community theater as a kid. more

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During the T3 Academy, Richmond ESL teacher Sylvia Evans wrote down a favorite story from her childhood that she's often told over the years about a family's pig. more

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Chop Suey Books' literary impresario Ward Tefft, in collaboration with the Hardywood Park Craft Brewery on mysterious, winding Ownby Lane, is gathering 28 writers, their books and a jazz band in one place. more

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Maya Payne Smart talks about literacy, VCU basketball and her role as Christmas Mother. more

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The Hat reminisces about meeting Robert Wernick, a career journalist, after first getting to know him through his writing for Time-Life publications, as well as Life, Vanity Fair, The Saturday Evening Post, Sports Illustrated and The New Republic. more

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