Rust Belt Arcana was featured on the Center for Humans & Nature's City Creatures Blog. This includes an intro by author Matt Stansberry along with an excerpt (Chapter 0 -- the first chapter) from the book.
The Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com included a review for Rust Belt Arcana. "The tarot has been used for more than half a millennium to read the future, gamble and practice the occult. Until now, it probably hasn’t been used as philosophical and ecological inspiration..."
Akron, Ohio's The Devil Strip spoke with Matt Stansberry and David Wilson about their newest project, Rust Belt Arcana: Tarot and Natural History in the Exurban Wilds. "What I want people to get out of this is just how many diverse and radically wild animals and natural processes there are 15 minutes from downtown, or even in downtown. I think it would blow people’s minds to know that there are creatures like this within Cuyahoga County and Summit County. -Matt Stansberry Read the entire piece here. Then pick yourself up a copy of the book and the companion tarot deck...
Our friends at Mac's Backs were nice enough to include a Belt title in Cleveland Scene's list of books you shouldn't miss. This is what they said about Rust Belt Arcana by Matt Stansberry, with illustrations by David Wilson: Rust Belt Arcana Akron native Stansberry and Stow native Wilson teamed up with Belt Publishing to tell a story that explores the Rust Belt's natural history through tarot cards.