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MN Reads: Sarah Stonich
KUMD interviews Stonich, whose most recent novel is Vacationland.
People treated like pests: Lit/Rant on Thomas King's Inconvenient Indian
"He’s outrageously funny. He’s also outraged, and after reading this 'curious' history, any normal person would join him."
Who We Are In What We Wear
Paula Rabinowitz, co-editor of the Habits of Being series, on KBOO Community Radio.
"Ultimately, King tries to be optimistic about the future."
Failure magazine reviews THE INCONVENIENT INDIAN.
Under the Hood of Wolfgang Ernst’s Media Archaeology
Review of DIGITAL MEMORY AND THE ARCHIVE in Reviews in Cultural Theory.
Reviews in Cultural Theory: Under the Hood of Wolfgang Ernst’s Media Archaeology
Review of Digital Memory and the Archive by Wolfgang Ernst.
The Holographic Human
HumAnimalia reviews Dominic Pettman's HUMAN ERROR.
Dave Page won’t let us forget F. Scott Fitzgerald
MinnPost feature on The Thoughtbook of F. Scott Fitzgerald—the young author's teen-aged diary.
Publishers Weekly | Burroughs in Mexico: Man of Myth
PW reviews THE STRAY BULLET by Jorge Garcia-Robles.
The Thoughtbook in Library Journal
MN Reads: Atina Diffley
KUMD interviews the author of Turn Here Sweet Corn.
MPR: Remembering the 'Root Beer Lady' of Knife Lake
MPR segment on the North Shore's Root Beer Lady (the subject of a book of the same name by Bob Cary)
National Rhetorics, Native Claims
Against the Grain interviews Thomas Patin, editor of OBSERVATION POINTS.
The Troll With No Heart in His Body: "A book you'll want to own"
Review of the book by Lise Lunge-Larsen and Betsy Bowen in Pen Pals & Picture Books.
Alone Inside: Lisa Guenther on solitary confinement
The author of SOLITARY CONFINEMENT: SOCIAL DEATH AND ITS AFTERLIVES interviews on CBC Radio's Ideas with Paul Kennedy.
Mishuana Goeman on the New Books Network
The author of MARK MY WORDS discusses poetry, prose, and Indigenous maps.
Jussi Parikka's Insect Media reviewed in Leonardo
"In short, Insect Media outlines a posthuman media theory that blurs the boundaries between the natural and the technological, the human and the non-human, and the living and the non-living."
A lasting Minnesota legacy
The Saint Paul Audubon Society reviews A LOVE AFFAIR WITH BIRDS by Sue Leaf.
World Literature Today: Twelve Views from the Distance
Review of Mutsuo Takahashi's memoir.
The US Across the Centuries
Shepherd Express reviews new books on the meaning of America, including Joanna Brooks' WHY WE LEFT.