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A Conversation With Calvin Johnson

Although it is the capital of Washington state, Olympia is unassuming, some may say, modest little town, located 60 miles southwest of Seattle. Its history is dotted with indigenous people’s succumbing to speculative land-grabbers, and the usual ups and downs of progress. Olympia stands apart from other comparable towns with an illustrious lean towards all things cultural. In the Wikipedia

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Actually, I Mean, It’s Very, You Know, Kind Of…*

Dreyer’s English – An Utterly Correct Guide To Clarity And Style, the new, much-lauded tome from Benjamin Dreyer, Copy Chief at Random House is by any measure a delight to read. This will be no surprise to the fans who lap up his delicious banquet of Tweets. With magician-like skill, he is simultaneously authoritative and droll. It’s a sleight of

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American History You Should Know

The subtitle to David Treuer’s latest book, Heartbeat Of Wounded Knee, explains the American history you should know: Native America From 1890 To The Present. Sadly, as Treuer meticulously shows in over 500 pages the history of Native Americans is the history of the United States. David Treuer grew up Ojibwe on a reservation in Minnesota, he trained as an anthropologist, and

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