STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD Hungarian Mushroom Soup
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STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER New Tpaw video promotes upcoming book
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's new video promoting a book due out on Jan. 11 sounds a lot like a presidential commercial or something that would be shown on the huge televisions screens at a Republican conventio... Posted on 9/28/10 at 10:03 AM
I keep getting bombarded with books that bring back memories of growing up in a small Wisconsin town. Last week it was Larry Tobin’s novel about small town journalism. This week it’s “In a Pickle: A Family Farm Story,” by Jerry Apps (Terrace Books, $16.95).
I’ve read quite a few books in my day, but it always amazes me when I read yet another and I realize I’ve most certainly not read enough. Once again this became apparent when I recently read “Magnifico,” by Miles J. Unger (Simon & Schuster, $32).
Minnesota is busting out all over in the book world. Let’s start with one newcomer and one oldtimer.
Minnesotan M.E. Smith has worked in the field of clinical research for pharmaceutical companies for nine years. He has also worked as an FBI investigator.
Here we are in the shadow of the Oscars and here I am with two books about the movie industry that you may want to peruse.
First is “Not the Girl Next Door,” by Charlotte Chandler (Simon & Schuster, $26). This one’s about actress Joan Crawford.
After making international news with its book “The Artist’s Brush,” Mid-List Press, the not-for-profit publisher in Minneapolis, is out with a new book, the winner of its annual First Series Award for Poetry.
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