NONFICTION: An adventure of a lifetime in a trade nearly killed by the internet — bookselling.
A collection of essays from a wide-ranging group of Minnesota writers exploring life during COVID and the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd.
This lovingly curated volume of Woody Guthrie's song lyrics, photos and other ephemera will introduce the singer to a whole new generation.
Law professor's book on inclusive leadership outlines steps for promoting diverse, equitable workplaces
The director of St. Thomas' Center on Race, Leadership and Social Justice defines a new approach to DEI.
The printmaker will be honored in April at Minnesota Book Awards ceremony.
Readers recommend books
A father of daughters wrestles with what to do about abuses he discovers at a Magdalen laundry in 1950s Ireland.
Alone and out of touch on the Galapagos during the COVID-19 lockdown, a young woman reconsiders her life.
Books in brief
A tribute from his longtime assistant, poet Thomas R. Smith.
This poem — set in the countryside near his hometown of Madison, Minn. — was included in Bly's first collection, "Silence in the Snowy Fields"…
He started out writing bucolic poems about rural Minnesota and became a best-selling author teaching men how to be in touch with their feelings. He was 94.
Books in brief
A love story to Galloway and its cattle — a quixotic tale of determination and wonder.
A warm, funny collection of essays about life, writing, friendship and dogs.
I went to a bookstore. I did not go to get something — I went to see what was there.
"Carville's Cure: Leprosy, Stigma, and the Fight for Justice," by Pam Fessler
Review: 'A Brave and Cunning Prince: The Great Chief Opechancanough and the War for America,' By James Horn.
An informative and engaging — but largely speculative — account of the role of a mostly forgotten Native leader of the first Anglo-Indian Wars in Virginia.