1999 was the 25th year of publication for the Minnesota Literature newsletter. Started in 1974, it kept writers and supporters of literature up to date on the latest developments in […]
A year of earthquakes and moon lakes.
1. On the evening of August 31, Princess Diana of Wales was killed in a car accident in Paris. Her companion and boyfriend at the time, Dodi Fayed was the son of […]
In 1996 you could wear phones, global warming was for sale, and the animals were not what they seem.
Minnesota Publishers Week, dedicated to recognizing and celebrating the economic, cultural and intellectual contributions of Minnesota’s book publishers, culminated in 1995 with the presentation of the Minnesota Book Awards at […]
Hoaxes, theft, low-blows, and arson, 1994 was a cold and chaotic time.
1993: Let’s Get Together 1. The European Union was officially formed on November 1, 1993 and consisted of 27 member states. The chosen date, November 11th, was highly symbolic for Europe–it […]