Starting this Sunday, March 22nd, Cincinnati’s Edgecliff Press will be holding a weekly book signings at Findlay Market between 1pm and 3pm.
The seven-week long series will give Cincinnatians the opportunity to come to Findlay Market (GoogleMap), purchase and browse interesting books, have them signed and speak with the authors about those books.
Edgecliff Press is a local publishing company that strives to create conversational, casual and thought provoking imagery that evokes emotion, cause one to pause and think. Their mission is to bring affordable books to market that tip the meter between niches of locations, themes and thoughts.
The selected books are artistic in nature with many focusing in on architectural subjects. The series schedule is listed below. All signings are free and open to the public.
The book signing series is part of a larger effort by Findlay Market to become an even greater cultural hub for Cincinnatians. The historic open-air market that opened in 1855 is the oldest surviving municipal market in Ohio and has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1973.
- March 22nd – Americans Revisited by Michael Skaggs & Megan D. Henson
- March 29th – Cincinnati’s Findlay Market, A Photographic Journey, Past and Present by Don Nesbitt & Robert Fleischel
- April 5th – Drawing Pete by Jerry Dowling & Hal McCoy
- April 19th – Pre-Victorian Homes by Ronald Hartnagel & Robert R.W. Laughlin
- April 26th – Cliffie’s Life Lessons by Pam Durham & Annette Maiorano; Hobo Finds a Home by Annette Maiorano
- May 3rd – Kid Trips, Cincinnati and Beyond by Barbara Littner David
- May 10th – Right Angels by Ari Buchwald; I thought Pigs Could Fly by Ari Buchwald