The Detroit Free Press has included Aaron Foley's "How To Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass" on their list of Michigan-related gift ideas for guys. Spend some guy time with this quality nonfiction.
Belt author Elizabeth Catte was recently featured on J.D. Mallindine's Gaming Broad(cast), the podcast of Gaming Broad(ly), to talk about Appalachian experiences represented in video games– and much more. A must listen if you're curious about art, writing, and games that "get it right" about Appalachia (we're happy to report Belt Magazine gets a mention). Check it out here.
The Detroit Free Press recently interviewed Aaron Foley about the most recent Belt book he edited, The Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook. Check out the video here!
Belt Publishing will be publishing an anthology of essays about Midwestern architecture in 2019. Alexandra Lange, architecture critic for Curbed and author of Writing About Architecture, The Dot Com City: Silicon Valley Urbanism, and other books, will be writing the introduction. We are currently seeking pitches from writers, architects, and anyone with an interest in the topic. We are interested in covering both conventional and unconventional architectural sites and topics, such as the following: —Prairie Style houses —Supper Clubs—Midwest Modernism--Great Midwest architects (Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, etc.)—Robber Baron homes—Beaux Arts buildings —Towns with unique architectural heritage (such as Columbus Indiana) —Rust Belt ruins—Post-modernism—Kitsch—Suburban architecture --more! Essays...
The Detroit Free Press listed The Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook on their holiday gift guide! Perfect for anyone who loves to read and loves Detroit.