Blog Posts tagged with "Memoir"

3 Posts

Authors / Interviews

Bailey Hutchinson – 03/01/2021

Hello, friends, and welcome to another edition of Deep Cuts! In this series, we dive in with some of our authors and discuss the behind-the-scenes work that goes into the composition and production of their books. This month, I'm so pleased to be featuring Kazim Ali's Northern Light, a ruminative study of the word home.

Northern Light opens with a photo of a young, smiling Ali. He's standing at the end of one of three rows of children—Jenpeg School's '77-'78 class of first graders. I've found...

Authors

Bailey Hutchinson – 08/04/2020

Welcome, friends, to the latest installment of 5 Reasons to Teach This Book! In this interview series, we examine what we can learn from Milkweed’s titles by discussing our books with educators, authors, and booksellers. This month, we’re featuring Karen Babine's 2020 Minnesota Book Award winning book, All the Wild Hungers: A Season of Cooking and Cancer.

In this interview, Karen and I discuss both the craft and critique of personal nonfiction. What on the page...

Bookstore / Roundup

In precise sentences and assured prose, all three of these writers have crafted singular works of personal nonfiction.