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MinnPost launches ‘Books’

Amy Goetzman illustration by Hugh BennewitzMinnPost/Hugh BennewitzAmy Goetzman

Today marks the debut of MinnPost’s Books page, featuring an article on Anita Diffley’s memoir, “Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works,” by Amy Goetzman. The Books page will replace MinnPost’s Book Club Club.

Amy covered books for MinnPost during our first three years, and we are delighted to have her back. Her coverage of the Twin Cities literary scene will include reviews of new books, Q&As with Minnesota authors and visiting writers, and items about writing and book-related events.

The Books page will also feature occasional relevant articles from The Christian Science Monitor.

In addition to her work for MinnPost, Amy has covered the arts for Architecture Minnesota, the Rake, City Pages, Star Tribune and Minnesota Monthly, as well as culture topics for, The New York Times and

Look for her articles on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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