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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.
A Change of Heart: Kathy Rudy in The Chronicle
Kathy Rudy, author of LOVING ANIMALS, on what we're really talking about when we talk about animal activism.
Children's books in the Strib: What a hoot
The Star Tribune features TWELVE OWLS as a terrific new children's book.
The Root: For Your Holiday Reading List
Lester Spence's STARE IN THE DARKNESS tops The Root's holiday reading list.
Staff Picks: What Flavorpill Editors Are Thankful for This Year
Ellen Willis's OUT OF THE VINYL DEEPS among the culturally significant items Flavorpill's editors are thankful for this year.
The fragile legacy of literary journalism
Peter Smith's memoir A Cavalcade of Lesser Horrors traces his ancestors' contributions to the long-shuttered Daily News. Story by Chicago Reader.
Beth Dooley offers turkey tips on MPR
Beth Dooley, author of THE NORTHERN HEARTLAND KITCHEN, talks with MPR about how to eat local this Thanksgiving.
Rock 'n' Roll X-Mas
The Detroit Metro Times features Ellen Willis's OUT OF THE VINYL DEEPS in its 2011 books roundup.
American Jewish World: Germany's postwar hardship
American Jewish World reviews GERMAN AUTUMN by Stig Dagerman.
Staff Lists: Holiday Gift Guide from Pitchfork
Pitchfork's Holiday Gift Guide includes Ellen Willis's OUT OF THE VINYL DEEPS.
n+1: Rocks Off (on Ellen Willis)
This piece is part of a series on Ellen Willis by the n+1 Research Collective.
Ian Bogost featured in Forbes
Forbes magazine interviews Ian Bogost about his new book HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES.
Boston Review: Brand Aid
Lisa Richey and Stefano Ponte, authors of BRAND AID, write for the Boston Review as part of its Citizen Consumer forum.
Six Pack interviews Doug Hoverson
Doug Hoverson, author of LAND OF AMBER WATERS, talks with Six Pack about the making of the book, his first Minnesota beer, and what beer he'd pick if he were stranded on a desert island.
Paul Devlin featured on WBGO
Paul Devlin, editor of RIFFTIDE: THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF PAPA JO JONES, interviews with WBGO's Josh Jackson.
Uprising Radio interviews Alondra Nelson
BODY AND SOUL author Alondra Nelson talks with Uprising Radio about health care.
Beth Dooley's cranberry sorbet recipe
Chef Jeff from the Grand Forks Herald features this recipe that also appears in Dooley's cookbook THE NORTHERN HEARTLAND KITCHEN.
Why We Hit the Road: Cloquet River Press reviews Blue Guitar Highway
You’re asking: “Munger, what the hell do those guys have to do with you writing a review about Minnesota’s hardest working, less-than-a-household-name, guitar slinging Iron Range boy, Paul Metsa?” Fair question, dear reader. Fair question. Cloquet River Press reviews BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY by Paul Metsa.
Peter Smith in the Chicago Reader
Peter Smith, author of A CAVALCADE OF LESSER HORRORS, is featured in the Chicago Reader.