When Heidi Czerwiec went to college, she wanted to major in music. Today, she’s a published poet and professor in the UND English Department who recently released “Self-Portrait as Bettie Page.” But she said the switch wasn’t that surprising.
“How to Sew a Button: And Other Nifty Things Your Grandmother Knew” by Erin Bried had me at the word “nifty.” But the book is actually a really cool concept since there are tons of things my grandma can do that I never learned, like how to garden or hem jeans.
Fawn Weaver’s “Happy Wives Club” started as a website. What began as a place for women to share advice and find support in the face of largely negative perceptions about marriage quickly grew into something more.
I don’t often read graphic novels, so reading “Tangles” by Sarah Leavitt, one of the featured writers at the upcoming UND Writer’s Conference, was an interesting experience. “Tangles” details Leavitt’s...