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In 1970, Minneapolis Teachers Risked it All, Broke the Law, and Went on Strike

The author of the forthcoming "Strike!" talks about the chance teachers took: "By picking up a placard and going on the street, you have automatically lost your job. That's how the law was written."

February 23, 2022

Meet the MN Book Influencers Blowing Up on TikTok, Instagram

Is this the most wholesome corner of the internet? Yes it is.

January 26, 2022

Sequoia Nagamatsu Spent 10 Years Writing a Book About a Plague

The St. Olaf prof's debut novel, 'How High We Go In the Dark,' is generating healthy amount of buzz in the literary world.

January 14, 2022

U.S. Bank ‘Deeply Sorry’ for Calling Cops, Handcuffing Black Customer

Plus Chauvin changes mind, hospitals plead with the unvaxxed, and Marlon James keeps winning in today's Flyover.

December 14, 2021

Mary Franson: Waiter! There’s mRNA in My Soup!

Plus a great Minnesotan poet passes, your boss has opinions, COVID persists, and Target gets good PR in today's Flyover.

November 22, 2021

On Gary Paulsen, Minneapolis Writer Who Was King of the Lonely Boys

Remembering the beloved young-adult author's transformative emotional power.

October 22, 2021

A Tiny Minneapolis Publishing House and the Horror Novella They Can’t Keep on the Shelves

Eric LaRocca's 'Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke' is gruesome, haunting, and huge on Twitter and TikTok.

September 10, 2021