The lack of diversity in children’s books seems like it should be a problem of the past. But it’s not. We talked to author Deanna Singh about changing the current narrative in children’s literature.
We spoke with local author Jim Cryns about the making of Making Bull Durham.
What happens when a killer flu sweeps across the globe? A visiting author imagines the unimaginable.
Whitefish Bay native and author of ‘The World Only Spins Forward’ will be returning to Milwaukee on Mar. 15 for a reading and craft talk as part of the UW-Milwaukee Visiting Writer Series.
The best nuggets from the Charlie Sykes book.
A number of local titles sold well in the nonfiction paperback category.
The New York Times best-selling author talks about her new book, her mother and holiday classics.
Packers legend Donald Driver answered some questions about his new book ‘The 3D Body Revolution’ prior to his book signing in Milwaukee this Friday, Sept. 22.
Milwaukee gets its five minutes of fame in a new children’s book.
Once again, summer comes to an unwelcome end. Here are a few book recommendations, from a major literary release to an old classic, to help you get through autumn.