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Water for Sale.
Review of Karen Piper's THE PRICE OF THIRST.
The Mainlander: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition
Review of Glen Sean Coulthard's RED SKIN, WHITE MASKS.
Working paper: Reading Hyperobjects
New Savannah blogger compiles thoughts of Timothy Morton's HYPEROBJECTS into a working paper.
Star Tribune: Identify the frogs, snakes, turtles and lizards that live in our midst.
Amphibians and reptiles aren’t the state’s most visible critters, but they make a great introduction to wildlife. Review of AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES IN MINNESOTA by John Moriarty and Carol Hall.
Sing Me a Song of Hyperobjects: Starting over with Humans and Other Creatures in the 21st Century CE
3 Quarks Daily reviews Timothy Morton's HYPEROBJECTS.
Northwest Passage: A vision of the world in the grain of Duluth
Review of Michael Fedo's ZENITH CITY.
Radical Inquiry: NYT on 'The Essential Ellen Willis'
Featured in New York Times Book Review.
Against the Frictionless Interface! An Interview with Lori Emerson
Furtherfield interviews the author of READING WRITING INTERFACES.
Beatrice | Life Stories #76: Kelly Cogswell
Interview with the author of EATING FIRE
Seattle Public Radio: The Racial Undertones Of 'The Mikado'
Interview with Josephine Lee, author of THE JAPAN OF PURE INVENTION.
A Nonfiction Tour of America: 50 Books for 50 States
Minnesota's is THE MUSIC OF FAILURE by Bill Holm.
Chicago Tribune: A movable feast around Lake Superior
Review of LAKE SUPERIOR FLAVORS by Jim Norton and Becca Dilley.
Forward: Ellen Willis and Me
Revisiting the Work of a Critic’s Critic (on the publication of THE ESSENTIAL ELLEN WILLIS)
Uprising: The American freeway is both a blessing and a curse.
Interview with Eric Avila, author of THE FOLKLORE OF THE FREEWAY.
Kara Walker's Blood Sugar: A Subtlety or the Marvelous Sugar Baby
Valerie Loichot's post-script to THE TROPICS BITE BACK.
Glasgow Review of Books: Hyperobjects and Prismatic Ecology
"In an academic context, green cultural studies has developed over the last three decades from a small sub-genre of literary criticism largely focused on nature writing to a keyword of the order of gender, sexuality, and ethnicity."
Critical Inquiry: Life, War, Earth
Eugene Holland reviews John Protevi's book.
Critical Inquiry: Hyperobjects
Ursula K. Heise reviews Timothy Morton's book.
Author feature: William Durbin
Interview in the Hibbing Daily Tribune.
Roy Christopher's 2014 Summer Reading List
Includes Prismatic Ecology (Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, editor) and Comparative Textual Media (N. Katherine Hayles and Jessica Pressman).