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Alondra Nelson on Hard Knock radio
Alondra Nelson talks about BODY AND SOUL on KPFA/Hard Knock Radio.
"Oh, what a luxuriously gorgeous book this is."
Flyoverland (blog) reviews Larry Millett's ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES.
Rock criticism’s brilliant pioneers
Salon features a Barnes & Noble review of Ellen Willis's OUT OF THE VINYL DEEPS by Robert Christgau.
Alondra Nelson on KRCL: All the Radio You Need
Alondra Nelson talks about the Black Panthers and her book BODY AND SOUL on KRCL.
A Gardener's Reading: Growing Perennials in Cold Climates
A Northern Gardener (blog) reviews Growing Perennials in Cold Climates by Mike Heger, John Whitman, and Debbie Lonnee.
Edible holiday gifts (and recipes!) with Beth Dooley on Kare 11
Beth Dooley demonstrates her recipe for chocolate truffles, published in THE NORTHERN HEARTLAND KITCHEN.
Downtown Journal: Play until you drop
Paul Metsa’s new memoir BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY reflects on four decades in the music biz
NYT op-ed: The Role of Youth
Jon Savage, author of THE ENGLAND'S DREAMING TAPES, writes an op-ed in the New York Times.
asianamlitfans on Yellow Future
Review of Yellow Future by Jane Chi Hyun Park
asianamlitfans on The American Dream in Vietnamese
Review of Nhi T. Lieu's The American Dream in Vietnamese
Flyoverland reviews Vikings in the Attic
Flyoverland reviews Vikings in the Attic by Eric Dregni.
Neighborhood Notes: Paul Metsa
TC Daily Planet reviews Paul Metsa's BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY.
The Daily: Books in Brief
The Daily reviews THE INTERFACE by John Harwood.
The New York Times Music Chronicle reviews Rifftide
RIFFTIDE: The Life and Opinions of Papa Jo Jones is tops on New York Times' Music Chronicle's holiday list.
A Few Weeks With "The Northern Heartland Kitchen"
Simple, Good and Tasty reviews Beth Dooley's latest cookbook.
Out of the Vinyl Deeps featured in The Guardian's holiday roundup list
Ellen Willis's Out of the Vinyl Deeps featured in The Guardian's holiday roundup list.
The Midwestern Vikings: Chicago Tribune reviews Vikings in the Attic
Scandinavian culture, to use a Swedish slant, is more than hardtack and herring.
The Economy of Shame: A review of Microfinance and Its Discontents
The Wellesley Centers for Women reviews MICROFINANCE AND ITS DISCONTENTS by Lamia Karim.
The Atlantic: How 1970s Video Collectives Anticipated Our Strange Internet
The Atlantic mentions WEST OF CENTER, edited by Elissa Auther and Adam Lerner.
Instructions for dancing: My year with Ellen Willis
Canonball: I mean, you had to know Lindsay Zoladz was eventually going to write something about Ellen Willis.