By Cornelius Fortune
We all know Detroit is a city of myriad, complex flavors, hosting both bitter and sweet. We also know that a good story — even if it’s been retold a hundred times — gets better with each telling...
Dan Savage’s new book draws from lessons learned from 30 years of writing alt-weekly sex advice column
By Lee DeVito
By Adam Henig
An excerpt from Peter Werbe’s new novel set in Detroit, 1967
By Peter Werbe
Diagnosing healthcare in America: The case for Medicare for All
The insurance industry is killing us. Medicare for All could save us.
By Abdul El-Sayed and Micah Johnson
Were the Detroit Lions discriminatory when it came to fielding Black players?
By Richard Bak
In defense of Ty Cobb, perhaps the Detroit Tigers’ most infamous and misunderstood ballplayer
By George Hunter
Detroit poet jessica Care moore lands major book deal
By Imani Mixon
New book ‘Respect’ views figures of Detroit’s music community as poets
By Jim McFarlin
'Bird Box' author Josh Malerman goes to the woods of northern Michigan in 'Inspection'
By Michael Fossbakk
After a post-Trump hiatus, Charlie LeDuff is back with a new book
A first look at Abbott, Saladin Ahmed's new comic book set in 1970s Detroit
Tiya Miles to discuss Detroit's slaveholding days at the Detroit Public Library
By Michael Jackman
'Rude Jude' Angelini talks his latest book, 'Hummingbird'
Talking with former MT editor Brian Smith about his searing new book of fiction
'If I Wasn’t Dead Already’
By Peter Markus
An excerpt from 'Spent Saints & Other Stories'
The old ladies in church hats
By Brian Smith
Planting seeds on Detroit’s east side
How gardens can be dangerous
By Drew Philp
Chet Weise of Third Man Books talks shop
By Mike McGonigal
Creepy Cheapy invites locals to become rock, rap, and R&B royalty
Illustrator Carson Ellis on how not to over-think children’s books
Sweet and simple
An interview with Peter Markus, author of 'The Fish and the Not Fish'
Wed., Sept. 28, 7 p.m.
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It doesn’t take a prophet to see where white Christian nationalism is leading the Republican Party
By Jeffrey C. Billman
Fried chicken fave Chick-fil-A opens Southfield location
Sue, the queen of T. rex fossils, is visiting metro Detroit’s Cranbrook Institute of Science
Indie rock band Pavement performed at the Masonic Temple in Detroit on Saturday night.
By Doug Coombe
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By Josh Justice
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By Viola Klocko
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