This three-day event celebrates "the astounding amount of writing and art projects happening around Columbus," said organizer Hannah Stephenson, the poet behind Paging Columbus, OSU Urban Arts Space's monthly literary art series.

This three-day event celebrates "the astounding amount of writing and art projects happening around Columbus," said organizer Hannah Stephenson, the poet behind Paging Columbus, OSU Urban Arts Space's monthly literary art series.

Each day has its own theme. Thursday is Rock. A panel of local page-turning experts - like Lori Gum of Periodisa Publishing and Liz Morrison, an artist who incorporates text into her work - will discuss books as art objects. They'll discuss book design and publishing, as well as how technology has influenced both of those subjects.

Friday is Paper. Bring paper of the monetary variety to shop among items from local artists and writers including Columbus Creative Cooperative, Wholly Craft and Monster House Press.

Saturday is Scissors. The space's exhibitions preparatory Jeremy Stone will lead bookmaking workshops. Separate sessions for kids and adults will run concurrently.

"What stands out to me most about this city is its lively creative culture," Stephenson said. "I love how people in Columbus are dedicated to making and sharing stuff they love."