Wisconsin People & Ideas
“Who’s native and who’s been introduced?” asks a character in Chris Fink’s story, “The Bush Robin Sings.” The question in many ways fits tidily into the other stories within his new collection, Add Thi
Imagine a theater whose walls are the boundaries of the State of Wisconsin, whose stage is as large as all the stages in the state put together.
A semi-fictional narrative about a slave settlement on Washington Island changes our understanding of Door County.
Maids is Abby Frucht’s first collection of poetry, and, as she says on her website, probably her last.
Tell me Grandfatherdid you ever try to scrub outyour dark Mediterranean skin your Camelsoriginal Napolitano tongue
The story of warfarin begins on a farm in St. Croix County with a dead cow, a milk can full of blood, and a hundred pounds of sweet clover.
For Chef Elena Terry, seeds represent both the past and the future of her people.
At just over $10 billion, or 3.1% of Wisconsin’s GDP, you might think that the arts and culture sector is doing pretty darn well. It's not.
One of the signs of good mental health is the ability to tolerate ambiguity.
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