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Downtown Journal: Lost Mansions
The Downtown Journal features Larry Millett's ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES and traces the history of a few key lost sites.
Paul Metsa on Talk of the Town
KDAL Radio (Duluth) interviews Paul Metsa, Minnesota music legend and author of BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY.
Paul Metsa on Almanac North/WDSE/WRPT/PBS
Paul Metsa stops by Almanac's studio to play a few tunes and talk about his new book BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY.
Lester Spence: Where hip-hop and politics meet
Lester Spence, author of STARE IN THE DARKNESS, does an interview with WYPR on his new book.
The Missing Medium: A review of How to Do Things With Videogames
The New Inquiry reviews HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES by Ian Bogost.
Laura Erickson on WTIP
Laura Erickson, author of TWELVE OWLS, appears on WTIP/North Shore Community Radio.
How has the idea of the Orient influenced Hollywood films?
Jane Park, author of YELLOW FUTURE, talks with ABC Classic FM about representations of race and ethnicity, particularly of Asiatic peoples and cultures in film and popular media.
On the Black Panther Party’s Free Clothing Program: Q&A with Alondra Nelson
threadbared interviews Alondra Nelson on the Black Panther Party's health care activisim. Nelson is author of BODY AND SOUL: The Black Panther Party and the Fight against Medical Discrimination.
"The story of how you survive in the music business without being a big star."
Paul Metsa (BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY) makes a brief appearance on CBS Minnesota / WCCO.
The long, strange trip of Paul Metsa
In his compelling new memoir, the Minneapolis music vet (author of BLUE GUITAR HIGHWAY) rubs shoulders with everyone from Jerry Garcia to Karl Rove.
JazzTimes: Rifftide
JazzTimes Magazine reviews RIFFTIDE: The Life and Opinions of Papa Jo Jones.
Traditional Mysteries blog reviews The Magic Bullet
Larry Millett's locked-room mystery novel THE MAGIC BULLET is reviewed by the blog Traditional Mysteries.
Jazz Lives: Rifftide
Jazz Lives features RIFFTIDE: The Life and Opinions of Papa Jo Jones, edited by Paul Devlin.
Doug Miles interviews Ian Bogost
Ian Bogost discusses HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES with Doug Miles at the Tampa Bay Media Examiner.
A Weekly Dose of Architecture: The City as Campus
A Weekly Dose of Architecture reviews Sharon Haar's THE CITY AS CAMPUS.
Leonardo: remixthebook
Leonardo reviews Mark Amerika's REMIXTHEBOOK.
The Daily Times interviews Mark Amerika: New Media Takes the Spotlight
Renowned visual artist (and author of REMIXTHEBOOK) displays 'CODEWORK' in Electronic Gallery
Once There Were Castles on TPT Almanac
TPT Almanac features Larry Millett's new book ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES.
Paul Devlin on the Leonard Lopate Show (WNYC)
Paul Devlin discusses RIFFTIDE and the life of Papa Jo Jones on WNYC's Leonard Lopate Show.
Mute: Insect Oriented Media Theory
Jussi Parikka's recent book Insect Media simultaneously expands the field of media theory and the purview of biopolitics by thinking about the more-than-human development of communication environments. Review by Jennifer Gabrys.