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Edible Books

Started more than a decade ago by two Montreal women, the Edible Books Festival now takes place in two dozen countries every year and usually happens as close to April Fools’ Day as possible. Loganberry Books and Strong Bindery held the first event here some 10 years ago. Since then, Cleveland artists and chefs have submitted their literary/culinary handiwork for display, judging and, ultimately, eating. Categories this year include Most Literary, Most Appetizing, Best Binding and Best Pun. You can submit a piece by calling the store or emailing [email protected]; it’s free to enter (and entrants get a handmade mini-book pin). Set-up is at noon; viewing and judging start at 1 p.m.; and awards are announced at 2 p.m. Voting and eating will set you back $3. (Niesel)

  • Loganberry Books

    13015 Larchmere Blvd., Shaker Hts. Eastern Suburbs

    216-795-9800

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