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Larry Millett on Twin Cities Live
Larry Millett takes a walk with Twin Cities Live "Man of History" John Hanson through Minneapolis and St. Paul's office buildings with fascinating past functions.
ArtsHub (Australia) interview with Mark Amerika
ArtsHub in Australia interviews Mark Amerika (REMIXTHEBOOK) prior to his visit to Melbourne and Fremantle.
Review of The Contours of America's Cold War by Society and Space
The Contours of America's Cold War by Matthew Farish is reviewed in Society and Space - Environment and Planning D.
Paul Metsa on WTIP
Paul Metsa (BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY) appears on WTIP Radio.
Et Cetera: Steven Poole's nonfiction choice - How to Do Things With Videogames
The Guardian reviews Ian Bogost's HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES
ROROTOKO features Kathy Rudy on Loving Animals
Kathy Rudy discusses her book LOVING ANIMALS, which uses the emotional bond we feel for many animals as the starting point for social ethics and political advocacy.
Duluth News Tribune: Metsa's memoir reveals a lot, but not everything
Longtime singer-songwriter with a distinct voice Paul Metsa, whose first gigs were at Iron Range gatherings, has just released a tell-almost-all memoir.
Beth Dooley: Eating locally by the seasons
The Mix features Beth Dooley and her cookbook, THE NORTHERN HEARTLAND KITCHEN.
Here on Earth interviews Eric Dregni
What does it mean to grow up Scandinavian? Eric Dregni discusses on Here on Earth: Radio without Borders.
Fall menu: Time to eat with the seasons
Star Tribune reviews Beth Dooley's cookbook THE NORTHERN HEARTLAND KITCHEN, which focuses on affordable, seasonal eating.
Orion Magazine reviews Loving Animals
"Traditional Western ethics have largely failed to explain convincingly why we have moral obligations toward animals." Orion Magazine reviews LOVING ANIMALS by Kathy Rudy.
Discussions with Political Scientists: Lester Spence
Lester Spence (STARE IN THE DARKNESS) appears on New Books in Political Science (podcast).
Left of Black: Alondra Nelson
Alondra Nelson, author of BODY AND SOUL: The Black Panther Party and the Fight against Medical Discrimination, joins Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal on Left of Black.
Downtown Journal: Lost Mansions
The Downtown Journal features Larry Millett's ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES and traces the history of a few key lost sites.
Paul Metsa on Talk of the Town
KDAL Radio (Duluth) interviews Paul Metsa, Minnesota music legend and author of BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY.
Paul Metsa on Almanac North/WDSE/WRPT/PBS
Paul Metsa stops by Almanac's studio to play a few tunes and talk about his new book BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY.
Lester Spence: Where hip-hop and politics meet
Lester Spence, author of STARE IN THE DARKNESS, does an interview with WYPR on his new book.
The Missing Medium: A review of How to Do Things With Videogames
The New Inquiry reviews HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES by Ian Bogost.
Laura Erickson on WTIP
Laura Erickson, author of TWELVE OWLS, appears on WTIP/North Shore Community Radio.
How has the idea of the Orient influenced Hollywood films?
Jane Park, author of YELLOW FUTURE, talks with ABC Classic FM about representations of race and ethnicity, particularly of Asiatic peoples and cultures in film and popular media.