Recent content from Claude Peck
FICTION: This debut novel by a Minneapolis writer zeroes in on a guilt-torn adolescent and his mother after a family suicide.
NONFICTION: At 72, "Tales of the City" writer Armistead Maupin takes up his own life.
The novelist spoke at St. Catherine University on power and the pen.
FICTION: A bloody family saga is re-imagined for the 21st century.
Surdyk's issued a social-media blast Sunday morning saying the store would be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
NONFICTION: This remarkable biography sheds light on one of the 20th century's greatest architects.
Researcher finds it's the little things — like benches and safe crosswalks — that make life better for aging Minnesotans.
NONFICTION: This new biography of troubled poet Elizabeth Bishop is nuanced, vivid and, at times, lacking.
The remodeled Parker and the year-old Arrive have differing takes on the desert town's mystique.
Young people and education are at the heart of a winning addition to Temple Israel in Minneapolis.