Frank Lavin

To round out the week of Daily Author Posts, we featured Ted Gup, the investigative reporter with a personal book about a family secret connected to Canton, The Secret Gift. We're providing you with a link to a video on the making of the book, which is to say, the unearthing of the secret of the suitcase:
https://starklibrary.org/home/events/2017/localauthors/ted-gup/



Yesterday, we had a famous story from The Canton Repository's Tim Botos:
https://starklibrary.org/home/events/2017/localauthors/tim-botos/



Wednesday we highlighted a local mystery author, Julie Lindsey:
https://starklibrary.org/home/events/2017/localauthors/julie-chase/



Tuesday, we presented David Wagoner, with a poem on a childhood memory from 1928:
https://starklibrary.org/home/events/2017/localauthors/david-wagoner/



Our Monday's local author of the day was Frank Lavin, author of Home Front to Battlefront: An Ohio Teenager in World War II :
https://starklibrary.org/home/events/2017/localauthors/frank-lavin/

We asked local writers to share a passage of their writing on the theme of “People.” The following writers’ responses ranged widely, from a father during WWII to a grandfather’s secret during the Depression, and a poet’s memory of himself as a child in Massillon. In modern times, a mystery writer has some characters in New Orleans and a Repository writer presents a mother and father in the delivery room of Aultman Hospital.

​​​David Wagoner

Julie Lindsey

CELEBRATING LOCAL AUTHORS WEEK

March 20-25, 2017

Ted Gup

Tim Botos