The Loft Literary Center is dogged by a certain stereotype: its “typical student.”
Minneapolis author Marya Hornbacher talks about her new memoir, “Madness: A Bipolar Life,” which offers an unflinchingly candid glimpse into a life periodically upended by mental illness.FROM MNARTISTS.ORG
Something about parenting seems to amp up people’s inner art critic. The guy at the Walker with his toddler: “Look Jaden, you could have done a better painting than that!” Me, reading to my kids at night: “I see a purple cat looking at me …
Why would a boy want to curl up with a good book when he could drive a stolen car through a major city or punch his buddy in the face for a couple hours, leaving no wounds and no hard feelings?