The Ohio Literary Trail: A Guide

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The Ohio Literary Trail celebrates the Buckeye State’s role in shaping culture and literature worldwide. Along the trail, developed by the Ohioana Library Association, lie historic homes, museums, library collections and historical markers honoring great authors, poets and influencers of the literary landscape. Following the state’s five geographic regions for convenient self-guided tours, curious explorers can walk in the footsteps of Harriet Beecher Stowe and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. They can view renowned collections of comics, picture book art and Nancy Drew–themed artifacts. Or they can tour the home and farm of Pulitzer Prize winner and conservationist Louis Bromfield. Compiled with care by Betty Weibel, one of the trail’s creators, this guide offers something unique for the armchair traveler and the road warrior alike.
ISBN: 9781467149341
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: History & Guide
Images: 84
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Betty Weibel has had a successful career as a journalist and public relations professional and agency owner. During her career, she has promoted her home state of Ohio, earning national acclaim from the Public Relations Society of America for work on the Ohio Bicentennial celebration and Ohio Travel and Tourism. She volunteers her time as a board member for both the Ohioana Library Association and Ohio History Connection, which inspired her to develop a digital Ohio Literary Trail. Her love of travel writing lead to the book The Ohio Literary Trail: A Guide.
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