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Lambda Literary Review of 'Transnational LGBT Activism: Working for Sexual Rights Worldwide' by Ryan R. Thoreson
Lambda Literary Review of ‘Transnational LGBT Activism: Working for Sexual Rights Worldwide’ by Ryan R. Thoreson
Tiny Spark interview with Adia Benton, author of 'HIV Exceptionalism'
Tiny Spark interview with Adia Benton, author of 'HIV Exceptionalism'
HIV Disclosure: Privacy, Pressure & Public Health - Interview with Adia Benton
Tiny Spark interview with Adia Benton on 'HIV Exceptionalism'
MLB.com article on Thom Henninger's book 'Tony Oliva: The Life and Times of a Minnesota Twins Legend'
MLB.com article on Thom Henninger's book 'Tony Oliva: The Life and Times of a Minnesota Twins Legend'
MLB.com feature of 'Tony Oliva' by Thom Henninger
MLB.com features Thom Henninger's book 'Tony Oliva'
Trains.com Review of 'Twin Ports by Trolley'
Trains.com Book Review of Twin Ports by Trolley: The Streetcar Era in Duluth–Superior by Aaron Isaacs
Review of Three D'Aulaire's Titles
Stuart Dunn from Stuart's Study reviews Three D'Aulaire's titles including 'Leif the Lucky' by Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire
"An excellent exploration of what makes an undeniably talented author unique": Review of 'The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami'
James Orbesen from PopMatters review's 'The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami' by Matthew Carl Strecher.
'Land is a Relationship': An interview with Glen Coulthard, author of 'Red Skins, White Masks'
Harsha Walia, from rabble.ca, interviews Glen Coulthard, author of 'Red Skins, White Masks'
Turning the Lens on Civil Rights Childhood: An interview with Katharine Capshaw
Kenneth Best from UConn Today interview's Katharine Capshaw, author of 'Civil Rights Childhood'
Duluth News Tribune article on Twin Ports by Trolley
See the city as it once was—a pictorial history of the trolleys that traversed Twin Cities neighborhoods.
'The Universe of Things': "A wonderfully engaging study of speculative realism"
Carla Nappi from New Books Network interviews Steven Shaviro, author of 'The Universe of Things: On Speculative Realism'
"All oppression is linked": David Pellow on Nonhuman Members of the Community
David Pellow chats with Erik Kojola at The Society Pages about his book 'Total Liberation: The Power and Promise of Animal Rights and the Radical Earth Movement'
Pop Like an Egyptian: PopMatter's review of 'Cairo Pop'
George de Stefano from PopMatters reviews Daniel J. Gilman’s 'Cairo Pop'
Robby Herbst from LARB reviews Alison Hirsch's 'City Choreographer'
Robby Herbst from the Los Angeles Review of Books reviews Alison Hirsch's 'City Choreographer'
Learning to Live While Dying: Bruce Kramer talks about his upcoming book 'We know How This Ends'
Interview with Bruce Kramer, author of 'We Know How This Ends', with Next Avenue
Los Angeles Review of Books reviews Alison Hirsch's 'City Choreographer'
Robby Herbst from the Los Angeles Review of Books reviews Alison Hirsch's 'City Choreographer'
Leif the Lucky – A gorgeously illustrated bio on Leif Erikson
Carla Sinclair from Boing Boing review's Ingri and Edgar Parin D’Aulaire's 'Leif the Lucky'
An interview with Brian Hochman on 'Savage Preservation'
An interview with Brian Hochman by Brian Lennon, Director, Digital Culture and Media Initiative, Department of English, Pennsylvania State University.
Unmasking the Canadian Settler State: Review of 'Red Skin, White Masks'
Kelly Rose Pflug-Back from Briarpatch Magazine review's Glen Sean Coulthard's 'Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition'