His work is helping introduce western readers to Mongolian literature.
Think you wrote the great American novel? You might want to ask Tusker.
To call Caitlin McGurk's life cartoonish would be music to her ears.
When Roberta Rubin came to the University of Michigan, she had every intention of studying to become a physical therapist. But her experiences in Ann Arbor set her on a very different academic and career path. It began with a class she took on the works of Shakespeare. The Bard’s plays and poems inspired a deep lifelong passion for literature and books, and she’s since spent her life trying to spread that passion to as many other people as possible. Most recently, she’s been working hard to get the American Writers Museum off the ground as co-chair of its board
Even though it’s in Evanston, Ill., Northwestern University is strongly associated with Chicago. “The City” is located just south of campus, and the two have long been connected by history, culture and the “El” train. Now, the school is putting together a homage of sorts to its southern neighbor with an upcoming literary series from Northwestern University Press. “Second to None: Chicago Stories” aims to provide unique, intimate accounts that are “exciting, interesting, compelling and make you want to turn to the next page,” said Harvey Young, African-American studies professor at Northwestern and the project’s lead editor. The series’ title