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Contributor Interview: Nicholas Gulig

What’s your connection to the Midwest? I was born and raised I Eau Claire, Wisconsin where I lived for the first 19 years of my life. Then, I left for a long time, for school and grad school in Montana, Iowa, and Colorado, for a Fulbright Fellowship in Thailand, for work at a University in…

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Contributor Interview: Catie Rosemurgy

What’s your connection to the Midwest? I was born in Madison and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I haven’t lived in Michigan full time since I was a kid, but I spend as much time as I can here every year, especially in the summer. Maybe more to the point, though, it’s the…

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Contributor Interview: Sam Savage

I discovered Sam Savage on a bitterly cold January evening in Madison about four years ago. I was in town for a job interview, walking to the Greenbush Bar when I passed a Little Free Library. I stopped for a look and a book called The Cry of the Sloth caught my eye. Coffee House…

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2013

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