How a “trans-glam-punk-rock story” is helping write history–and an example of commitment through the ups and downs of a marriage. WORDS BY KATIE DOHMAN Lynette Reini-Grandell was not used to pledging to write 1,500 words a day or writing chronologically. She’s a poet with punk roots who’s been nominated for
Krista Burton’s new book, Moby Dyke, explores: Where are the remaining lesbian bars—and what does it mean when lesbian bars disappear? WORDS BY KATIE DOHMAN “Honestly, there is nothing like being a room full of people where you feel safe and completely comfortable to be your authentic self—and those spaces
Though the local book review Rain Taxi technically turned 25 in 2020, the celebration of this tremendous occasion finally takes place tonight at the newly renovated Granada Theater in Uptown. Readings and short musical performances are planned, as well as food and the return of their signature drink, the “Raintini.”
It’s the 10th annual Indie Bookstore Day! Pick up a passport and track your travels around the Twin Cities’ best page-turning shops. The last Saturday in April is Independent Bookstore Day and Twin Citizens are historically a well-read bunch. Thankfully, we have a large number of brick-and-mortar bookhouses still standing.