Community activist and author of Gentle Warriors: Clara Ueland and the Minnesota Struggle for Women Suffrage, published by the MinnesotaHistorical Society Press; interviewed by Mollie Hoben, MinnesotaWomen's Press.
Professor of Writing, public radio commentator, poet and author of "Cold Comfort" (University of Minnesota Press), a book of essays reflecting the life and cultrue of the Duluth area. He is interviewed by Joe Muldoon and reads his works with musical accompaniment by brother Ross.
Betsy Damon and DeJunius Hughes, multi-media artist and filmmaker, respectively, in the "Artists in the Community" project sponsored by Arts Midwest, are interviewed by Arts Midwest Director David Fraher.
Bill Meissner, Director of Creative Writing for St. Cloud State University and author of Hitting Into the Wind, a collection of stories, essays and poems about baseball, is interviewed by baseball historian and author Stew Thornley.
Author of "Grand Avenue," a look at St. Paul's successful and well-known retail and cultural area, and "Mexican Odyssey," reflections on the author's experiences in running the Grand Avenue store of that name; interviewed by Edie Meissner.
Baseball fan and author and publisher of Having Fun With Baseball Nicknames, featuring biographies, statistics, lingo, trivia, photos and index of over 4000 major league players and their descriptive nicknames (including the Twins' Puck, Herbie, Bruno, Lomba, Sweet Music and the G-Man!); interviewed by author and baseball historian Stew Thornley.
Senior Editor of the Ely Echo newspaper and author of "Born to Pull" (Pfeifer-Hamilton), a thorough and beautifully illustrated (by Gail de Marcken) book about the sport and the dogs that are used for sled dog racing and touring, with interesting insights and anecdotes from mushers, a 1999 Minnesota Book Award nomillee; interviewed by Stuart Osthoff, publ0isher of Boundary Waters Journal magazine and avid musher. Bob is also the author of Root Beer Lady and Tales from Jackpine Bob; he is shown mushing with some of Stu & Michelle Osthoff's sled dogs.
Coverage of the reception honoring publication of In the Company of Women: Voices from the Women's Movemetrt by the Minnesota Historical Society Press; included are interviews with the authors, and testimonials from many of the women featured in the book, such as Judge Rosalie Wahl, Arvonne Fraser and Rep. Phyllis Kahn.