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Loganberry News March 2020

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Loganberry News March 2020

What Happened 100 Years Ago?

The National Football League, the Negro National Baseball League, Agatha Christie’s first novel, yellow cabs, Rubbermaid, the Maine Centennial Half Dollar, Prohibition, the Monongahela National Forest, the Ohio Restaurant Association, Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg Ohio, Warren G Harding’s presidency, and the 19th Amendment.

Hooray, a century of women’s suffrage is a great thing to celebrate! Don’t forget to exercise that right to vote during the primaries on this St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. We've got lots of great books on these centenary subjects and more to help you celebrate history.

Book News

Antiquarian Acquisitions

To celebrate 100 years of the 19th Amendment, we're proud to display this engagingly written (and hard-to-find) narrative history of the Women's Liberation movement by Abbie Graham, Ladies in Revolt, published by the iconic Woman's Press in 1934. This copy is signed by the author! Click here to learn more and to purchase.

Preorder and save 10%!

After more than 10 years, Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize-winning Thomas Cromwell trilogy that began with Wolf Hall comes to a close with the long awaited third book,The Mirror and the Light, publishing March 10.

We have a limited number of First Editions for preorder at 10% off! Click here to order before 3/10 and we'll have it ready for pick up the day it publishes!

Click to preorder now and you'll save 10% off the cover price and have a guaranteed copy the day it publishes.

Otis' Corner

It may not feel like Spring today (at all), but new Spring Jellycat plush animals have arrived and are ready to bring the sun into your life even if the weather isn't. Stop by to meet and snuggle and buy these cuties--they sell fast!


Upcoming Events

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Local Voices

David Eden: My Pashtun Rabbi: A Jew's Search for Truth, Meaning, And Hope in the Muslim World
Sunday, March 1, 1pm
My Pashtun Rabbi, named by Kirkus Reviews “Best Books of 2018,” tells the story of David Eden, a Jewish-American journalist who was hired as a journalism expert at United Arab Emirates University. Join us for a reading and book signing! David Eden is an Emmy Award winning Managing Editor and Executive Producer at Cleveland's CBS TV station and the former Editor-in-Chief of the Cleveland Free Times.


Local Voices

Dr. Ankur Kalra: Ibadah: Poems
Sunday, March 2, 3pm
Join us for a reading and book signing with Dr. Ankur Kalra, poet, cardiologist, Harvard alum, and mystic. He will read from his new work of poetry, called Ibadah, which means obedience, submission, and humility in Arabic.


Annex Gallery Opening

Nancy Halbrooks: A Murder of Crows
Wednesday, March 4, 6-8pm
~First Wednesdays~
March ushers in artist Nancy Halbrooks' new show, A Murder of Crows, a body of work celebrating more than 20 years of work focusing on crows as subject
matter. On view and for sale in Loganberry Books Annex Gallery through March 2020, we encourage you to come celebrate the opening and meet the artist to celebrate!


Coble's Dystopian Roadtrip Book Club

Anthony Burgess: A Clockwork Orange
Wednesday, March 11, 7pm
All are welcome to this dive into 20th century literature. A Clockwork Orange will be the last meeting of this series! Click here for more on this bookclub and the book we're reading this month.


Open Mic

Broadsides & Ephemera: Rikki Santer
Thursday, March 12, 2020, 7pm-8:30pm
~2nd Thursdays~
This month enjoy a refreshing reading by Rikki Santer to bring in the spring! Her poetry covers the news, popular culture, humankind's relationship with nature, and other relevant topics. Broadsides & Ephemera is a spoken word showcase by and for local writers, a perfect environment for shaping, sharing, and improving your poetry, prose, song, playwriting and performance art.

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Lit Cleveland Workshop

Books Don't Sell Themselves: A Primer on Maximizing Your Local Book Sales
Saturday, March 14, 10am
In this class, participants will learn about the business side of writing for authors who are published or soon-to-be published by a small or academic press, as well as those who are self-published. Taught by author Kit Alloway and our very own Local Voices Liaison, Miesha Headen. More information and registration at

Local Voices

Nikki Cheree: Conqueror: No WeaPain Shall Prosper
Sunday, March 15, 1pm
Author Nikki Cheree will present and sign copies of her inspirational book Conqueror: No WeaPain Shall Prosper. Through faith-in-action, Cheree will teach you how to move beyond adversity by creating tangible solutions for success.

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Local Voices

Louise Prochaska: Ten Keys to a Happier Life: Unlocking the Riches in Positive Psychology, Neuroscience and Ancient Religious Wisdom
Sunday, March 15, 3pm
Join Louise Prochaska, Ph.D., a graduate of Notre Dame and professor of theology and women’s studies at the College, for a talk on her new book, Ten Keys to a Happier Life. She has uncovered ten practices based in scientific evidence and religious teachings that help students of all ages live happier, healthier lives. .

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Classic Movie

The Power and the Glory (1933)
Thursday, March 19, 7pm
The life of a powerful and loathed railroad tycoon (played by Spencer Tracey) is reevaluted through a series of flashbacks. Grab the popcorn and a friend for Classic Movie Night at Loganberry Books, every 3rd Thursday at 7 p.m. Relive the glory days of the silver screen... no ticket required!

Bucket List Book Club

Thomas Hardy: The Return of the Native
Wednesday, March 25, 7pm
~fourth Wednesdays~
Please click here for more on this month's book and come join our lively conversation!

Local Voices

Dr. Kate Anderson Foley and Jenifer Anderson-Smith: Ida Finds Her Voice
Sunday, March 29, 3pm
Dr. Kate Anderson Foley, who has worked for more than 30 years public and state school systems, and activist Jenifer Anderson-Smith, who has raised four biracial children, Ida Finds Her Voice tells the story of little girl named Ida who faces many unsettling experiences of bias and prejudice.

Local Voices

Beth Armstrong: Voices from the Ape House: A Memoir
Sunday, March 29, 1pm
In her memoir Voices from the Ape House, devoted zookeeper Beth Armstrong offers a behind-the-scenes look at the complicated social lives of western lowland gorillas at the Columbus Zoo. Through anecdotal stories, readers get a glimpse into the fascinating lives of gorillas. In the end, Armstrong’s conflict with captivity and her lifelong fondness for these animals helped shape a zoo program dedicated to gorilla conservation in the wild.


NOBS Forums

Andrea Klein: Book Collecting
Thursday, March 26, 7pm
This month, Andrea Klein, of The Bookseller Inc. in Akron, will help collectors new and old brush up on the basics of building a great collection. This is a great opportunity to get ready to prepare for a collecting bonanza at this year's NOBS Akron Antiquarian Book Fair held in April.

Thanks for reading,
Harriett & all the Loganberries

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