Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook

Edited by Aaron Foley

Detroiters need to get to know their neighbors better. Wait — maybe that should be, Detroiters should get to know their neighborhoods better. It seems like everybody thinks they know the neighborhoods, but because there are so many, the definitions become too broad, the characteristics become muddled, the stories become lost.

Edited by Aaron Foley, the Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook contains essays by Zoe Villegas, Drew Philp, Hakeem Weatherspoon, Marsha Music, Ian Thibodeau, and dozens of others. See the Table of Contents here.

See also Belt's series of city guides.

Aaron Foley grew up in Detroit, which gives him more street cred than a lot of others. He has written about Detroit for several local and national publications including CNN, Jalopnik, and MLive. He is the author of How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass. He lives in Detroit.

AUGUST 21, 2017 | ISBN: 978-0998904139 | US STATE AND LOCAL HISTORY | PAPERBACK | 6 x 9 | 152 PAGES