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Tablet Magazine: Ellen Willis’ Radical Jewish Sex-Positive Rock ’n’ Roll Politics of the Future
"Quite appropriately, it’s a wild ride."
"This darling book ... belongs on the shelf of anyone who is attuned to nature."
Review of PLANT A POCKET OF PRAIRIE in The Examiner.
"In the very grain of ordinary life, knotted multiplicity."
In the Middle reviews BECOMING HUMAN by J. Allan Mitchell.
Off the shelf: The Bohemian Flats
Minnesota Magazine (the University of Minnesota alumni magazine) reviews Mary Relindes Ellis's new book.
A Daily Dose of Architecture: Two books exploring the environment
Co-review of David Gissen's MANHATTAN ATMOSPHERES.
The Advocate: 10 Great LGBT Summer Reads
Includes David Caron's THE NEARNESS OF OTHERS.
LOTL: Kelly Cogswell's memoir is a thoroughly readable and rollicking ride
EATING FIRE is a "thoroughly readable and rollicking ride through her life as an activist and original Lesbian Avenger."
Dissident Voice | Promoting Social Change: LGBT Activism
Interview with Kelly Cogswell (EATING FIRE).
The New York Review of Books: An Architecture of Perfect Imperfection
With hat tip to ARCHITECTURE SINCE 1400 by Kathleen James-Chakraborty.
NPR: A Second Posthumous Collection From Rock Critic Ellen Willis
The Essential Ellen Willis focuses on the writer's explicitly feminist culture criticism. It was edited by Willis' daughter, who published an earlier collection of her mother's essays in 2011.
"A sharp image of an underserved community."
Review of EATING FIRE by Kelly Cogswell in Windy City Media Group.
Pioneer Press: On Minnesota's early contribution to the digital era
Feature on DIGITAL STATE by Thomas J. Misa.
Kim TallBear on BBC's The Forum
The author of NATIVE AMERICAN DNA discusses how DNA is changing the way Native Americans think about tribal membership.
Sunaina Maira and Piya Chatterjee in Jadaliyya
Essay on The Imperial University.
50 Books Published After 1950 To Read Before You Die
Includes Timothy Morton's HYPEROBJECTS.
Lambda Literary: My life as a Lesbian Avenger
Interview with Kelly Cogswell.
Race, Space & Place: Two books for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Society and Space: Łukasz Stanek on Henri Lefebvre
Interview with the author of HENRI LEFEBVRE ON SPACE and editor of the forthcoming TOWARD AN ARCHITECTURE OF ENJOYMENT by Henri Lefebvre.
Can the Twin Cities revive their glory days of tech innovation?
Pioneer Press feature includes nod to Thomas J. Misa's DIGITAL STATE.
In These Times: Relevant to our interests?
Longtime essayist Ellen Willis’ work is important, whether or not it encapsulates our current state of affairs.