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Iconoclastic Musician Takes Measure Of His Life: 'I Became A Fighter'
NPR features Fred Ho.
Thomas King wins $40,000 non-fiction prize for The Inconvenient Indian
The author is awarded British Columbia’s National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction.
LA Review of Books: Global Warming and Other Hyperobjects
Stephen Muecke reviews Timothy Morton's HYPEROBJECTS.
Academic freedom with violence.
Authors Roderick A. Ferguson and Jodi Melamed respond to threats to academic freedom.
LA Review of Books: Sleep's Hidden Histories
Benjamin Reiss on Matthew J. Wolf-Meyer's The Slumbering Masses.
Kirkus Reviews: No Saints around Here by Susan Allen Toth
"Caregivers are only human."
New Scientist: 'There is no DNA test to prove you're Native American'
Kim TallBear, author of NATIVE AMERICAN DNA, featured in New Scientist.
Kirkus Reviews: Plant a Pocket of Prairie
"Could well inspire a new generation of conservationists."
The Chicagoan: Bird Lives!
An excerpt from Gary Giddins' CELEBRATING BIRD: The Triumph of Charlie Parker.
Famous First Words: "I Have Been Unfaithful to My Husband"
Review of Sigrid Undset's book in SpeakOut.
PW on Eating Fire
"This memoir shines as surely as its history needs telling."
Maternally Yours with Kate Hopper
Podcast interview with the author of Ready for Air.
Pete Seeger's populist refrain: 'Let them sing something'
Excerpt from Paul Metsa's BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY in MinnPost.
Leonardo: Virtual Modernism
"A landmark study that gives an inspirational twist to modernism studies."
The New York Review of Books: Stig Dagerman
Excerpt of To Kill a Child, with commentary about Dagerman's previous works.
Phyllis Root on writing
Interview with Little Book Worms upon the publication of Plant a Pocket of Prairie.
The Globe and Mail: Six new crime novels you should really investigate further
Among them: THE LAND OF DREAMS by Vidar Sundstøl
No Saints around Here: "An ‘outstanding’ read."
Susan Allen Toth's book reviewed in Le Padre ver livre.
KPCC interview with Wendy Cheng: What's the link between identity and place?
Video of the Family Forum event in January 2013.
The Inconvenient Indian: An insightful account into Indian policy
Cherokee One Feather reviews Thomas King's book.