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Published April 01, 2007
Holy Cow! It's 30 years old! "If you had to name the home of the oldest literary presses in Minnesota, you'd probably say the Twin Cities. But to be correct, you'd also have to mention Duluth. It's home to Holy Cow! Press, which is celebrating its third decade."
Published March 17, 2007
LibriVox free audio books from LibrarianActivist.org: "LibriVox is a volunteer project with the goal of making pubilc domain works available as audio books. There’s a plethora of goodies here for bibliophiles. Not only is the available of classic works a beautiful thing, but access to audio books is a boon to those who benefit from having access to books through alternative mediums … coming to mind: people who self-identify as LD, ADHD, or visually impaired..."
Published March 17, 2007
Poets in full bloom. Leslie Adrienne Miller, Deborah Keenan and Diane Glancy -- longtime Minnesota English professors -- are at the height of their poetic powers in these three new collections. Reviews by Andrea Hoag, Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
Published March 15, 2007
The Spring 2007 Book Sense Picks Poetry Top Ten. "The list features a notable selection, including titles from a former U.S. poet laureate, a Nobel Prize winner, a Yale Series of Younger Poets winner, and comprehensive collections of two contemporary masters. The Poetry Top Ten is the result of strong support from booksellers, reflecting a deep level of knowledge and commitment."
Published March 09, 2007

Two Lines: World Writing in Translation, part of the Center for the Art of Translation in San Francisco, CA, has published English translations of fiction and poetry from more than 50 languages for over a decade. Now, thanks to partnership with the University of Washington Press, this former journal has shed its ISSN to become a full-fledged ISBN'd book. "Better for distribution and sales," says Promita Chatterji, Two Lines Marketing Administrator, and better as well as for the continued excessive content that burst the seams of the lit journal boundaries. ("Really, it's a journal," they would say, hefting it two-handed off the table at AWP to suspicious readers.) Our best to Two Lines on their new venture; we'll miss them on the NewPages lit mag list.
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