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SN&R Vol 23 Issue 37
This encyclopedic handbook of urban farming by a pair of Oakland-based experts is truly essential.
By Kel Munger
This article was published on 12.29.11
Sacramento publisher Swan Scythe Press dabbles in mythmaking with Michael Hettich’s chapbook.
Ha Jin’s latest novel highlights the actions of Minnie Vautrin, an American missionary, during the Nanjing Massacre.
By Trina L. Drotar
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 36
Lake Tahoe’s Matthew Stein can help you be prepared for whatever disaster might happen.
This article was published on 12.22.11
William deBuys’ A Great Aridness is a warning—with examples—about the future of climate change in the American Southwest.
You’ll almost believe East Germany as Eden once you meet this troubled couple.
By Vivienne Finche
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 35
The Nerdist provides some funny—and surprisingly useful—ideas for life.
By David Riedel
This article was published on 12.15.11
A visual collection of the best American train depots, including the ones in Sacramento and Davis.
Daryl Gregory’s first collection of short fiction is every bit as good as his novels have been.
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 34
Mark Derr covers the history of our best friends, from wolf to hound.
By Sandy Thomas
This article was published on 12.08.11
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