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JazzTimes: Where are the female jazz critics?
"Women jazz musicians are ubiquitous today, but jazz journalism lacks a feminine voice." JazzTimes discusses female jazz journalists (and the lack thereof) and looks at OUT OF THE VINYL DEEPS: ELLEN WILLIS ON ROCK MUSIC.
The Vancouver Sun: Widespread ribbon campaign creates backlash
The Vancouver Sun discusses PINK RIBBONS, INC., and interviews author Samantha King about such initiatives as the NFL's "Get Your Pink On."
Fashion Historian: Accessories in Fashion Studies
Fashion Historian blog reviews ACCESSORIZING THE BODY, edited by Cristina Giorcelli and Paula Rabinowitz
Austin Chronicle: How to Do Things with Videogames
The Austin Chronicle reviews Ian Bogost's book HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES
Urbanite Baltimore Magazine reviews Stare in the Darkness
Urbanite Baltimore Magazine reviews Lester Spence's new book STARE IN THE DARKNESS.
Pink Ribbons, Inc.: Changing the Conversation
Video clip features the producer of the film PINK RIBBONS, INC., which is based on the UMP book of the same title by Samantha King.
Minneapolis Book Examiner: Once There Were Castles
The Minneapolis Book Examiner reviews Larry Millett's ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES.
Women and Hollywood interviews PINK RIBBONS, INC. filmmakers
Lea Pool and Ravida Din discuss the proliferation of a "pink culture."
Pioneer Press on Larry Millett and Twin Cities mansions of the past
Pioneer Press looks at lost neighborhoods and Larry Millett's ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES.
Peter Smith appears on WGN Radio's The Sunday Papers
Peter Smith joins The Sunday Papers on WGN Radio on Sept. 25th, 2011, to talk about his new book A CAVALCADE OF LESSER HORRORS.
Star Tribune: Vanished grandeur of Twin Cities mansions
Star Tribune features Larry Millett and his new book, ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES.
Library Journal reviews Loving Animals
Library Journal reviews Kathy Rudy's new book, LOVING ANIMALS.
St. Joseph Newsleaders feature Peter Smith
St. Joseph Newsleaders highlight local passages from Peter Smith's A CAVALCADE OF LESSER HORRORS.
PSXExtreme on Ian Bogost and gaming's "goodness": Part II
PSXExtreme continues its discussion of HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES with Ian Bogost.
In the Middle on John Stockton: "Refuse the assumption of immutability"
In the Medieval Middle reviews John Stockton's Playing Dirty.
PMLiVE on Ian Bogost and gaming for health
PMLiVE discusses Ian Bogost's HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES and its research on games and your health.
PSXExtreme on Ian Bogost and gaming's "goodness": Part I
PSXExtreme considers Ian Bogost's HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES.
Libertyville Patch looks at town's references in A Cavalcade of Lesser Horrors
Libertyville Patch features author Peter Smith's A Cavalcade of Lesser Horrors. Smith once lived in Libertyville, a town that pops up in his latest memoir a few times.
LA Review of Books on Ellen Willis
The Los Angeles Review of Books reviews Ellen Willis's OUT OF THE VINYL DEEPS and discusses her "escape from the music ghetto."
Scratched Vinyl reviews Stare in the Darkness
Scratched Vinyl discusses hip hop, politics, and Lester Spence's STARE IN THE DARKNESS.