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The first-time novelist wins VCU's Cabell award for "Severance." Read more

Arts

Alexandra Christle is the winner of James River Writers and Richmond magazine's third annual Best Self-Published Novel contest. Read more

Features

Richmond native Chad Thompson is among the producers of a new documentary about award-winning author Toni Morrison. Read more

Stage & Screen

Author Nancy E. Sheppard reveals "The Darker Side of the Tidewater" March 14 at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture. Read more

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Kwame Alexander says young people need intelligent entertainment. Read more

Music

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

Arts

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

Arts

Erika Raskin’s novel explores how life may derail, even with the ‘Best Intentions’ Read more

Arts

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. Read more

Datebook

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

Arts

The Starr Foster Dance Project, with 20 performers, takes the words of eight and puts them in motion. Read more

Arts

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. Read more

Arts

Scholar, activist, author to kick off VCU speaker series Read more

Education

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

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photo by Tina Eshleman

For the past four years the Podium Foundation has organized a bee that regional businesses join in support of the group that produces an arts and literary journal for Richmond Public Schools. Read more

Arts

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. Read more

Arts

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. Read more

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