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Wisconsin People & Ideas - Winter 2011

Volume: 
57
Issue Number: 
1

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With the end of 2010 came the closing of a venerable artist residency and community center pivotal to artistic and cultural life Wisconsin.

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Located on Main Street in Waupaca, Dragonwings is a large and lively bookstore with a focus on science fiction and fantasy for children.

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Even before the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1970 or the subsequent Clean Water Act, scientists in Green Bay knew an ecological and human health crisis was unfolding.

Marshall Cook has taught at UW-Madison for thirty years, where he also edits Extra Innings, an online newsletter for writers. Cook has authored thirty books and hundreds of magazine articles.

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They are long forgotten by anyone living. I remember, we say. But we are so often wrong. We know something from the archive of photographs and script and type.

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