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When one's trash is another's . . . house cat
Chicago Reader: The new anthology Trash Animals considers our relationships with the wild and the unwelcome of the animal kingdom.
MN Reads: The Thoughtbook of F. Scott Fitzgerald
KUMD interviews Dave Page, editor.
Lake Effect: Photos, interview about Great Lakes storm of 1913
Featuring author Michael Schumacher.
Jazz profiles: Celebrating Bird
Review of Gary Giddins' book on Charlie Parker.
Slant: Fritz Lang
Review of the UMP edition of Patrick McGilligan's book.
Utne Reader: Organic Living at the Gardens of Eagan
An excerpt from Atina Diffley's TURN HERE SWEET CORN in the Utne Reader.
Against the Grain: Internet-Fueled Protest
Interview with Francesca Polletta about the essay she contributed to The Future of Social Movement Research.
Vivoscene on Celebrating Bird
"The newly updated edition is a scintillating, moving tribute to the torn and tormented genius of Charlie Parker."
Shelf Awareness on The Land of Dreams
Review of Vidar Sundstol's crime fiction novel.
MN Reads: Peter Smith
KUMD interviews the author of A Cavalcade of Lesser Horrors and A Porch Sofa Almanac.
NBn: Migrants for Export
New Books in Asian American Studies interviews author Robyn Rodriguez.
An Ocula conversation with Joan Kee
“Ironically, the biggest obstacle in the promotion of Korean art is the endless insistence on putting the 'Korean' before the art ”
George Cukor: Essential reading on queer cinema and Hollywood history
PopMatters reviews the book by Patrick McGilligan.
Society and Space: Ariel's Ecology
Angela Last reviews Monique Allewaert's book.
Cathy Wurzer talks 'Non-Stop' with Jack El-Hai
Jack El-Hai is author of the book about the turbulent history of Northwest Airlines.
Cuban Art News: Rachel Weiss on Curadores, Come Home! at Espacio Aglutinador
Interview with the author of TO AND FROM UTOPIA IN THE NEW CUBAN ART.
Marx & Philosophy: Trilogy of Resistance
Review of Antonio Negri's book.
Chicago Book Review: Clues to the Uncapturable
Review of Béla Tarr, The Time After, by Jacques Rancière.
Star Tribune: The airline that Minnesotans learned to love and hate
In NON-STOP, Jack El-Hai illuminates the characters who transformed Northwest into the huge airline that Minnesotans learned to love and hate.
Charles Bukowski. Ace of Cakes. Cyborg homes. The Wire.
NBn interviews Ian Bogost on his book Alien Phenomenology, or What It's Like to Be a Thing.