Recent content from Patrick Condon
FICTION: Eskor David Johnson's novel is "strange, clever and mysterious."
Al Quie, who represented southern Minnesota in Congress for two decades before returning home to serve a single term as governor, has died at age 99.
FICTION: Ford's everyman Frank Bascombe is back for one more brush with existence.
The Anti-Monopoly alternative to America's most successful board game took off in the 1970s. But a gaming giant with Minnesota ties sought its destruction.
FICTION: Poet Anna Moschovakis experiments with language and form in her novel about a woman who belongs to two reading clubs during a time of climate disaster.
FICTION: A witty, possibly insane billionaire is out for revenge in the latest satire from this Pulitzer finalist.
French-Canadian laborers were key to the Great Lakes fur trade, and were among the first Europeans to blend with Native tribes.
FICTION: This frank, funny debut novel follows three thirtysomething pals as they ride the ups and downs of relationships and careers over a few months in Detroit.
FICTION: Nell Zink's sixth novel in seven years is about a woman's rise from dire beginnings.
Told through multiple voices, "Ocean State" examines the murder of a young girl.