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Acclaimed author writes left wing self help guide

How to: be a productive liberal

True Life Reads for February

My Non-Fiction Valentine

Our Predictions for Super Bowl Commercials Featuring Donald Trump

Few American institutions embody Donald Trump’s vision of American consumerism and sanctioned violence more than the Super Bowl (6:30 p.m. ET). Even though it’s being played in Houston, a city that likely resettles the most refugees in the country, the game, itself broadcast on Fox, not only features millionaires injuring each other’s brains, a massive, just

FRUIT Enters The Literary Scene: Highlighting Marginalized Voices

FRUIT, a reading series at Literati Bookstore described as a, “Literary reclamation for the unseen,” fosters reading and dialogue to center marginalized voices. Founded by three poets at U-M’s MFA poetry program, Inam Kang, Tariq Luthun, and Nadine Marshall, the series’ pilot event in August, and one event per month since, have had impressive attendance

Acclaimed author writes left wing self help guide

How to: be a productive liberal

(3/17) Arts & Culture Events

A handful of important events for Arts & Culture this month.

True Life Reads for February

My Non-Fiction Valentine

Meet and Greets, Burlesque and Knit-A-Longs – January Arts Events

This month’s arts & culture events around town

Zell Visiting Writers Series: Laura Kasischke

U of M Professor Laura Kasischke has published nine novels, one short story collection and eight books of poetry. She has received numerous awards and publications including a National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry. Kasischke is joined in conversation with  Helen Zell Writers’ Program Director Doug Trevor to discuss craft and the writing life