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NPR: Why The Zombie Craze Still Has Our Undying Affection
Sarah Juliet Lauro weighs in.
Popmatters: Was '60s Sexploitation Cinema More Than Just Pornography?
LEWD LOOKS argues that sexploitation films provided an underground and important bridge between the end of Old Hollywood and the start of something else.
Black Perspectives: The Anti-Black City
An interview with Jaime Amparo Alves.
WTIP: The Inconvenient Indian
"The Inconvenient Indian" from the U of MN Press is an unconventional, subversive account of Indian-White relations in North America since initial contact. The book's award-winning author, Thomas King, spoke with Jay about his ideas and his hope for charting a new way forward for Indians as well as non-Indians.
International Falls Journal: Douglas Wood's work is far from over
Borderland area a 'favorite place' for best-selling Minnesota author Douglas Wood
Southwest Journal: An evolving cuisine
Sean Sherman’s new cookbook describes the philosophy behind his culinary projects
Our homes, our selves: The house in American film
SPECTACLE OF PROPERTY reviewed in the Santa Fe New Mexican.
Green Bay Press Gazette: Don't miss this one
Brown County Library article features BORDER COUNTRY.
‘The Refused Exam’ and The Education of Gertrude Stein
Excerpt of SO FAMOUS AND SO GAY by Jeff Solomon appearing in The Seattle Lesbian.
The Libertarian Ideology of Bitcoin
David Golumbia interview with Against the Grain.
Utopian Horizons: Ghost in the Shell
Christopher Bolton talks about the 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell and his new book INTERPRETING ANIME.
Los Angeles Review of Books: Reproductive Futurism and Its (Dis)contents
Review of Rebekah Sheldon's THE CHILD TO COME.
The Wire: Deepening Fault Lines Within the Indian-American Community
The diasporic narratives, both in US and India, often paint the Indian-American community with a broad brush, suggesting a unified community. A closer look, however, suggests this narrative to be only partially true.
City Pages: The black depths of Harry Hayward, murderous rogue of Minneapolis
Here’s how Harry Hayward tells the story of the best night of his life.
WTIP: Sean Sherman on The Roadhouse
Sean Sherman is an Oglala Lakota chef and founder of The Sioux Chef. His new cookbook, "The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen," shares award-winning recipes, stories and wisdom, and was named one of the best cookbooks of 2017 by NPR, Smithsonian Magazine, and more. Jay spoke recently with Sean about his book and his work.
The Ring of Fire Network: America’s Gutless Judiciary Brings Havoc For Consumers
Mike Papantonio talks with author Roberta Walburn about the story of a former judge that once brought a corrupt fortune 500 company into bankruptcy.
Heirloom Gardener: Different Types of Wild Greens with Pesto Recipe
Add zest to salads and pesto by using wild greens found in your backyard. Recipe from The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen.
Heirloom Gardener: Different Types of Beans with Three Sisters Mash Recipe
Learn about different types of beans and its role in Native American cuisine. Recipe from The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen.
Glasgow Review of Books: Whose Anthropocene?
Failure Magazine: When the Hills Are Gone
Thomas W. Pearson on the impact of frac sand mining—in western Wisconsin and beyond.