Ben Klayer, 19, writes in his notebook. The Cincinnati native began crafting poems in high school and turned to a self-publishing company to get his work into print. (Photo courtesy: B. Klayer)
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Cincinnati and the greater Tri-State region are home to people who excel in artistic and other creative disciplines. Each week, we'll focus on a creative individual who is bringing new perspectives to our lives and enriching our cultural diversity. 

To become known as a writer, you don't have to wait for a publisher to decide the worth of your work. Today, it's possible to take your literary destiny in your own hands, as two young writers have found with self-publishing in the digital age.

Become a WCPO Insider to learn how two young Cincinnati writers are making their mark and find resources if you are interested in self-publishing.

 

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