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In These Times: Relevant to our interests?
Longtime essayist Ellen Willis’ work is important, whether or not it encapsulates our current state of affairs.
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.
15 with the author: Lake Superior Flavors, just in time for vacation
Teri Knight of KYMN interviews author James Norton.
MinnPost: In vivid and colorful detail, Michael Fedo recovers a lost Duluth
Review of Fedo's new book of nonfiction essays.
Pioneer Press: The Bohemian Flats evokes a time and place.
Review of Mary Relindes Ellis's latest novel.
Mary Relindes Ellis is "a magician with historical details."
Star Tribune reviews THE BOHEMIAN FLATS.
Gawker excerpt: Ellen Willis on "Bringing in the Noise" of Trash TV
Excerpt from THE ESSENTIAL ELLEN WILLIS.
Books du Jour: a memoir of blood, sweat and spit.
Kelly Cogswell (EATING FIRE) guest stars.
The Cut Q&A: Nona Willis Aronowitz on Family Life and Feminism With Her Mom, Ellen Willis
Interview with Ellen Willis's daughter on the occasion of the publication of THE ESSENTIAL ELLEN WILLIS.
The Cut excerpt: Memoirs of a Non-Prom Queen
Excerpt from THE ESSENTIAL ELLEN WILLIS.
AlterNet: Freedom Growing For Sex Workers Around the World... Not So Much In the U.S.
With input from Carisa Showden, author of NEGOTIATING SEX WORK.
MPR: 'No Saints Around Here' is a caregiver's story
Interview with author Susan Allen Toth.
Celebrating Lao New Year with Green Papaya Salad
Reprinted from COOKING FROM THE HEART.
MinnPost: Toth blends a little black humor with a lot of love
Review of NO SAINTS AROUND HERE by Susan Allen Toth.
A personal & historical take on the city of Duluth
WTIP North Shore Community Radio interviews Michael Fedo, author of ZENITH CITY.
The Politics of Sleep
Matthew J. Wolf-Meyer, author of THE SLUMBERING MASSES, discusses on Wisconsin Public Radio's To the Best of Our Knowledge.
The New Yorker: Wanda Gág's Delectable Books
Alice Gregory delights in memories of the children's books.
Pioneer Press: Plant a Pocket of Prairie
"Any child who loves the outdoors will be entertained and challenged by this important book."
A Revelatory Dissection of What It Was to Be a Gay Movie Star
PopMatters reviews THE MAN WHO INVENTED ROCK HUDSON.
The Guardian: Climate change is the fight of our lives – yet we can hardly bear to look at it
Mention of Timothy Morton, author of HYPEROBJECTS.