CityBeat - Books http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-23-1-books.html <![CDATA[Books: Selective Perspective - ]]> BY Maija Zummo | Posted 07/23/2008 Douglas Rowe Ellen Everman recalls]]> <![CDATA[Books: Complex History - Dr. Tyrone Williams discusses his latest collection of poetry]]> <![CDATA[Books: A World Away - Local writer Basil Balian recalls his Iraqi upbringing in new memoir]]> <![CDATA[Books: Review: Full Moon: The Melissa Moon Poems - Gary Walton moons for poetry in April]]> <![CDATA[Books: A Beautiful Song - James McBride scores again with the lyrical Song Yet Sung]]> <![CDATA[Books: A Marathon of Words - Local writers race to finish a book this month]]> <![CDATA[Books: Life After the Book Club - Novelist Robert Morgan finds a new genre]]> <![CDATA[Books: Grateful for the Midwest - Author Calvin Trillin always remembers his roots]]> <![CDATA[Books: Lessons in Literacy, Graphics and Graffiti - 'There's an Octopus Under My Bed' is a children's book for all ages]]> <![CDATA[Books - Book Reviews of 'The Year of Endless Sorrows,' 'Updike In Cincinnati' and More...]]> <![CDATA[Books: Mid-Century Snapshot - Sarge Marsh's photos capture Cincinnati at its 'apex']]> <![CDATA[Books: On the Road Again - Richard Ford talks about his book tour and letting go of his novel]]> <![CDATA[Books: A Call for Empathy - Henson's new book homage to an activist]]> <![CDATA[Books: X-Man - Jim Shepard is a uniquely versatile writer]]> <![CDATA[Books: The Write Stuff - InkTank works to connect the many voices of Cincinnati]]> <![CDATA[Books: Nourishing Words - Young Women Writing for (a) Change offers a supportive environment for its participants]]> <![CDATA[Books: Love, Life & Leukemia - Annette Wick turns pain into pages]]> <![CDATA[Books: Stalker Turns Novelist - Cincinnati native Shari Goldhagen talks about Family and Other Accidents]]> <![CDATA[Books: Crossing Over - Local author Sharon M. Draper examines the brutal effects of slavery in her latest book, Copper Sun]]> <![CDATA[Books: Some Bluegrass Is Black - Frank X Walker embraces his Affrilachian name]]>