The summer of 2020 didn't have much to offer in the way of barbecues and family vacations, but it did present plenty of opportunity for reading.
Just because things are getting back to something like normal doesn't mean reading should fall to the wayside this summer.
Today on All Sides Weekend Books, host Christopher Purdy talks with Ohio State professor Elissa Washuta about her new collection of essays, titled "White Magic". Plus, the latest recommendations for your summer reading list.
Kassie Rose, WOSU book critic
Kris Hickey, youth services manager, Columbus Metropolitan Library Whetstone branch
Elissa Washout; faculty, Ohio State University Department of Creative Writing; and author of the new collection of essays, "White Magic"