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Too Loud to Ignore

Eric Obenauf and Eliza Wood-Obenauf of Two Dollar Radio in 614 Magazine

(614) Magazine gives us some local love in this article titled, 'Too Loud to Ignore!'

In it, they track our aesthetic and literary intentions, the film production of The Removals in Columbus, and our intentions to open a bookstore/storefront that will stock only independently published titles in town later this year.

Eliza and I get the opportunity to expound on the love we feel being in and have for Columbus, how much we enjoy being outside the mainstream of NYC and LA, the somewhat isolating nature of running a press mostly out of our dining room and basement, and what we hope to accomplish with the bookstore/storefront.

Like Eliza says:

"The bookstore is going to be our way to connect to the community. And we’re excited about that. We feel supported. There is so much love.”

Check out the full article!

There will be plenty more on the bookstore/storefront coming very soon. In the meantime, if you are in Columbus or nearby, RSVP to The Removals premiere at the Wexner Center for the Arts on May 4 on facebook.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 01 March, 2016 614 Magazine, Bookstore, The Removals, Two Dollar Radio | 3 comments
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  • Hosh - March 02, 2016

    Well, I look forward to a road trip someday to buy books in this mysterious bookstore!

  • Eric O. - March 01, 2016

    We’ve got a name in mind, but are going to hold off disclosing it for the time being. Gotta keep you in suspense!

  • Hosh - March 01, 2016

    What’s the bookstore going to be called?

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