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Humdinger

by Matt Sutherland

Brush, charcoal, chisel, file, lathe, and potter’s wheel, yes, but what is it about artists’ tools like the chainsaw and welding torch that fail to impress so many art lovers and critics—as if real art can’t possibly come from... Read More

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Born Criminal

by Mya Alexice

Angelica Shirley Carpenter’s "Born Criminal" skillfully fills in the history of an activist erased from history. While nineteenth-century women’s suffrage movements often saw elite white women fighting for their rights and no one... Read More

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Steve Hannagan

by Andrea Hammer

Hannagan’s career is a model for following one’s natural calling. Accounts of his agility at straddling the sometimes fine line between journalism and publicity deliver insights into navigating this complex territory. Michael K.... Read More

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John Okada

by Jeff Fleischer

John Okada’s 1957 novel No-No Boy, his only full-length work, was the first novel by a Japanese American to grapple with the aftermath of internment during World War II. Edited by Frank Abe, Greg Robinson, and Floyd Cheung, "John... Read More

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