Blogs & Blog Posts on Literature in Minnesota



Blogs on "Literature"

josh blog
philosophical and critical commonplace book

Valhalla's War Room
News and commentary from Nathan Wardinski, a writer, academic, and critic b...

The Soulless Machine Review
Short Reviews of Short Stories (and other stuff)

One Minnesota Writer
Weekly blog by Minnesota writer that covers various aspects of the writing/...

Tolstoy and Me
A Minnesota woman tries to remedy the hole in her education by reading Tols...

I Blog; Therefore, I Am
Emphasis on paranomal phenomenon in Minnesota, but nothing is off limits, f...

Knockout Literary Magazine Blog
Knockout Literary Magazine's Blog, based out of the northern suburbs o...

Minnesota Reads
A literary blog written by Minnesota Readers.

100 Books. 100 Weeks.
The quest of an everyday soccer mom to read the Modern Library's Board...

NOTES on the written world
A bookish Minnesotan sharing thoughts on all things literary.

Ramblings
The ramblings of an upwardly mobile homosexual male of color.

Blog Posts on Literature

A new book imprint?!? Oh, gee! by Deaf Woof Barks! on Jan 23, 2012 in lesbian, LGBT, literature, gay, Upper MidwestI've been so busy with my projects that I hadn't realized how much time had passed me by! In 2011 I finished two novels, so I'm now awaiting word on both of them. To help make my waiting a tad easier, I've decided to create a new LGBT imprint under...



Early Review - The Thorn and the Blossom by Theodora Goss (4/5 stars) by Karissa's Book Review on Jan 3, 2012 in Romance, magic, Fantasy, Theodora Goss, literature, 4 starsReading level: Adult Genre: Fantasy Size: 82 pages Publisher: Quirk Books Release Date: January 17, 2012 ISBN: 978-1594745515 Stand Alone or Series: Stand Alone Source: Copy from Publisher Rating: 4/5 stars I got a copy of this book from the...



Goodnight iPad by NOTES on the written world on Dec 20, 2011 in Bookish News, Literature, Poetry, , goodnight ipad, goodnight moon, parody, technologyAnn Droyd, pseudonym for David Milgrim, parodies the classic Goodnight Moon for the 21st century. Read more about Goodnight iPad at The Guardian.



Lost Novels Found by NOTES on the written world on Dec 13, 2011 in Bookish News, Literature, Prose, books, Jack Kerouac, lost novels, Penguin ClassicsFlavorwire’s Emily Temple finds 10 Lost Novels the World Found Again. From Jane Austen’s The Watsons to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Narrative of John Smith … there’s something exciting and mysterious about these unpub...



[Pt] : : A Simple Machine, Like the Lever by NOTES on the written world on Dec 11, 2011 in Literature, Prose, , bicycles, books, Evan P. Schneider[Pt] is what I’m reading now. [Pt] stands for page turning. It also stands for partly through. It is on the periodic table of elements: Platinum, an extremely rare and naturally occuring metal found in higher abundances on the moon and … Con...



Writers and Their Books by NOTES on the written world on Dec 10, 2011 in Literature, authors, books, Gary Shteyngart, home libraries, Junot Diaz, Leah Price, libraries, Philip Pullman, Unpacking my Library, writersWhat could be more intriguing for a lover of home libraries than to view those curated by contemporary best-loved authors? Leah Price peeks into the stacks of six writers for FT Magazine, which I can safely say is the only interest … Continue&...



Read beyond your borders by The Sundry Times on Nov 7, 2011 in Quotes, LiteratureReading has given me fluency in the language of sorrow, the grammar of grace, experiences that unite us across borders and time zones.Marita Golden, The WordI believe that it's the duty of of every truly free citizen to read, especially to read beyon...



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