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Belt Magazine Sep 21
"You can—and I have—tie yourself in knots wondering what turns your life would have taken if one variable had been different." In a new essay, travels to her childhood hometown, where the past and present converge.
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Belt Publishing Sep 20
Pre-order your LIMITED EDITION Rust Belt tarot cards now!
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Martha Bayne Sep 20
In the spirit of boosting the signal of stories, here is mine on the odyssey of one family from Puerto Rico to Chicago, from Dec 2017 for
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Belt Magazine Sep 20
One year after Hurricane Maria, revisit 's reporting on what on evacuee family encountered from Puerto Rico to Chicago:
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Belt Magazine Sep 20
The first and most beautiful deck of Rust Belt tarot cards ever:
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Martha Bayne Sep 19
Not to mention the death of Jon Burge, the man who started it all
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Belt Magazine Sep 19
With the murder trial of Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke well underway, it's time to re-read and 's award-winning 2017 article on police violence and reparations:
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Anne Trubek Sep 17
10% of proceeds from the sales of 55 Strong Inside the West Virginia Teachers' Strike, go to WV teachers, so just topped off this project. Thanks to & for paying it forward!
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Belt Magazine Sep 18
Marjorie Steele explores the history of Michigan's Norton Mounds--and the woman who unearthed their origins:
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Belt Magazine Sep 18
"Here I am again. In the Midwestern haze / of Memorial Day I stage my perennial battle / against mint: erect stalks, proud leaves, a / legacy laid by my home’s previous owner"
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Belt Magazine Sep 17
"I wanted to infuse Flint with this sort of dreamlike magic I felt." on his new novel and writing the complexity of a place:
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Belt Magazine Sep 14
Debra Muller used oral history to recover the cultural origins of Michigan's Norton Mounds and connect them to her own Potawatomi-Ottawa ancestry:
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Connor Coyne Sep 12
New interview by for . This one was a real treat to do, covering magical realism, the , the and the .
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Huda Al-Marashi Sep 11
We've got our first giveaway! Enter for your chance to win a copy of my book FIRST COMES MARRIAGE, officially releasing in November :
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k_ro Sep 11
Thanks to for giving me an excuse to ask all the questions about Flint, writing, and what trouble to get up to in Flint when you're 13. Read this & get yourself a copy of Urbantasm.
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Belt Magazine Sep 11
Flint novelist Connor Coyne talks with about his new novel, Urbantasm, and why Flint deserves to be seen as a complex place:
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Belt Magazine Sep 10
Read on Tom Petty, her father, and the soundtracks of our lives:
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Erin Osmon Sep 7
I'm very happy to say that has published my essay about my dad, the music of Tom Petty, losing my mother and the Indiana town that helped raise me. It's the first personal essay I've written in a while.
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Belt Magazine Sep 7
"For much of Middle America, Tom Petty is a throughline," writes . Read her new essay on music, family, and the soundtracks of our relationships:
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Belt Magazine Sep 6
Read on memory, history, and landscape:
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