Sarah Dolgin

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The Art of Publishing Midwestern Literature

When Robert James Russell, a Michigander, went to England to study American Modernism, he found that in the curriculum “there was kind of a big hole in American literature...

A New Yorker’s Ode to the Midwest

A pit sat in my stomach, along with the plane peanuts and the three cups of coffee my mother had advised against. I had missed my morning flight after...

How Dayton, Ohio is Modeling a Sustainable Future for Post-industrial Cities

Dayton, Ohio, a mid-sized city of about 140,000 people, is about as post-industrial as it gets; the city was built upon the aviation and automobile industries — both of...

The Hidden Wonders of the Pawpaw: Ohio’s Beloved State Native Fruit

The pawpaw looks unremarkable from the outside. Its oblong and slightly misshapen body encapsulated in a tough, greenish-yellow skin brings to mind a less-than-appetizing, severely underripe mango. But crack...

How Climate Change is Transforming how the Midwest Farms

Joe Logan grew up milking dairy cows as a fifth-generation dairy farmer and now raises food-grade soybeans, corn, wheat, barley, hay and grass-fed beef, as well as organic crops...

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