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One week until our #IUPauthorhour Twitter chat with Dave Madden! Read an excerpt from his short story collection 'If You Need Me I'll Be Over There' before our conversation on June 3 http://ht.ly/FFuV300xNel
After the Plains queered him, Dave Madden decided to return the favor. This outstanding collection of short stories tells the tale of a different kind of difference—one not set in the glittering lights of New York or Los Angeles, but in the grand and wide American Midwest. For Madden’s characters, their queerness is part of the environment, like the soil, the sky, and the supermarket: an HIV-positive chemist uses football to connect with his brot...
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"With lyricism and infectious curiosity, Rafferty takes his reader sight-seeing, some stops expected (Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace, the National Mall in Washington D.C.) others not (a strip club, the library at Columbine High School). A trio of Holocaust essays forms the molten core of a masterful collection that gives equal weight to personal history and what’s written in textbooks. . . . As to be expected from a book released under Michael Martone’s Break Away Books series, the collection takes impressive risks with form . . . In the face of rash digitization, Hallow This Ground is a testament to materiality." Read more about 'Hallow This Ground' by Colin Rafferty in The Collapsar
We read to remember, and we write to remember. You could say that every book ever written is a monument to something–a story, an argument, a relationship, a discovery. Words are headstones, e…
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"[I]f you are interested in your skeleton as a machine, this is the place to come." Read more about Matthew Bonnan's new book 'The Bare Bones' in NewScientist
From appreciating the machine-like qualities of the human body to resurrecting long-extinct creatures, two books about bones make colourful reading
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"In less than 250 pages, a prolific scholar takes on the intractably difficult themes of the Holocaust. . . . A compact and cogent academic account of the Holocaust." Read more about Jeremy Black's upcoming book 'The Holocaust: History and Memory' in Kirkus Reviews
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Listen to a NBn podcast with 'The Radical American Judaism of Mordecai M. Kaplan' author Mel Scult
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"An engaging collection that takes on the love and loneliness lurking in the bright lights and shadowed corners of the everyday." Read more about Erin Stalcup's upcoming short story collection 'And Yet It Moves' in Kirkus Reviews.
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Celebrate the Indiana bicentennial by exploring a small Indiana town! And while you're there, take a picture while and enter it in our little Indiana book giveaway! See more details about the contest on our blog. #Indiana200 #winlittleindiana
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Mel Scult will speak on his book 'The Radical American Judaism of Mordecai M. Kaplan' at the University Synagogue in Irvine, CA, on June 10
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New on the IU Press blog Love small towns? Enter to win a copy of 'Little Indiana'
After six years of traveling Indiana in search of amazing local experiences, blogger and TV host Jessica Nunemaker shares a treasure trove of what to expect in Hoosier small towns in her new book Little Indiana. Featuring towns of 15,000...
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Post your little Indiana pictures for a chance to win a copy of Jessica Nunemaker's new book! See our blog below for more details. #winlittleindiana
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If you need Dave Madden, he'll be talking with us about his new short story collection next Friday, June 3, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Follow our conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #IUPauthorhour
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IUP author Amos Yong will give his speech "Disability, the Church and the Harvest" at the Illinois Great Rivers Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church on June 9 in Peoria, IL. http://ow.ly/VHoN300kvsK
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