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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.
Minnesota Daily: Resurrecting a City's Lost Castles
Local historian, author (ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES) and architecture Larry Millet tours the history of lost 19th- and 20th-century mansions in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
MinnPost: All that rises must fall
MinnPost reviews ONCE THERE WERE CASTLES by Larry Millett
ROROTOKO features Sharon Haar
Sharon Haar discusses her book THE CITY AS CAMPUS on ROROTOKO.
Alondra Nelson interview with Michael Boyajian of WUSB/Stony Brook University Radio
Alondra Nelson discusses BODY AND SOUL: The Black Panther Party and the Fight against Medical Discrimination
Bookslut: Accessorizing the Body
Bookslut reviews ACCESSORIZING THE BODY, the first book in UMP's Habits of Being series, edited by Cristina Giorcelli and Paula Rabinowitz.
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.