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Architect, writer and cabinologist Dale Mulfinger talked with us today about his latest book exploring the structures we escape to. 

This Realgoodwords interview is made possible by the MN Arts and Cultural Heritage fund and the voters of MN. 

https://girlswhocode.com/

Did you know that computing skills are the most sought after in the US job market but the share of women in the computer workforce has declined from 37% in 1995 to 24% today.  If Reshma Saujani and her crew at Girls Who Code has any say in it, that number will change. 

She started the non-profit Girls Who Code, and now there's a book and new fiction series to spur girls to invent and as she says, change the world. 

https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/once-in-a-blue-moon-lodge

Lorna Landvik  has been many things in her life - an actress, a comedian, a temp worker at the Playboy mansion....but what she is loved for in Minnesota is her novels.  22 years later, she's written a sequel to her very first book Patty Jane's House of Curl and it's just been published by the University of MN Press.  Lorna Landvik will b

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This is the story of Ginny Moon - a new Young Adult Novel by Benjamin Ludwig

To Ginny, a child with autism, the word Forever means until the police come.

For many of us summer is a time to read, but read a little differently.  I just went on a road trip and picked up some new books to read - and I purposely chose things I don't always read.  I've got a few books going, but my favorite right now is David Sedaris's "Theft By Finding Diaries 1977-2002".  Most of us first fell for David Sedaris with his amazing holiday time NPR Santaland Diaries.  Or on

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