I recently arranged and published an anthology of Twin Cities authors. Stories are by some great Twin City authors. Themes cover sustainable cities, local food, technocracy and more. Perhaps you could put a plug in for it in your next global notes, would make a great present for any socially minded Twin City resident. It can be found on Amazon: The Twin Cities Cifiscape http://www.amazon.com/Cifiscape-Vol-I-Twin-Cities/dp/0977920143
The community comes together, to narrate their hopes and fears of our future in the Twin Cities. Cifiscape vol. I describes a diverse and gritty future for our beloved Metro. Including seven of the best Twin Cities short stories and graphic comics, Onyx Neon Press is proud to present these glimpses into the future of the Twin Cities.
Ken Avidor draws us into Bicyclopolis: a future ruled by cyclists.
Aaron Wilson narrates Whats for Dinner: the politics of local food narrated through one woman's life.
Brian Garrity graphically renders Godless: a tale of class warfare.
Toianna Gump's Thinker returns to St. Paul after years away.
Max Hrabal relates a tale about the future of urban waste management.
Bob Lipski's offers a comic look at our daily affair with technology.
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Kit Martin, Masters of Development Practice candidate
Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Campus