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From The Guardian
Solar pushback: how US power firms try to make people pay for going green
Kevin Good is the president of a small solar power company in Kansas – a state that tends to be so sunny you’d think he’d have it made.
“I got into solar at maybe the worst point to do so in the last 50 years,” said Good, who runs Good Energy Solutions in Lawrence, a town of about 100,000.
From Lawrence Magazine
Knowing You Are Here—You Shall Remain
Born in Hungary in 1983, science fiction writer and Hugo Award winner Bogi Takács grew up in a transitional society where the legacy of decades of Communist rule was eroding and young students like themselves would be offered opportunities unavailable to their parents.
From Lawrence Senior and KANSAS! magazines
The Enduring Legacy of Alyce and Elmer Green
The work of an Ozawkie-based couple left a scientific legacy in biofeedback and a challenging work that continues to push the boundaries of how we understand and respond to Alzheimer's.
Story originally ran in Lawrence Senior Magazine and a shortened version ran later in KANSAS! Magazine.
From KU Today
KU Craftsmen Roll Up Their Sleeves to Rebuild the Historic "Doors to Campus"
The bold, iconic entrance to Strong Hall has been the “doorway to KU” for generations of Jayhawks. The two-story main entrance with its 18 windows and 234 panes of glass stands stalwart as the seasons pass and thousands of students, faculty and staff flow through its historic doors. Those doors, however, had seen better times...
From Denver Metro Media
Academy of American Poets website
From Boston Review
Tracer, Richard Greenfield, Omnidawn Publishing, $15.95 (paper)
A Gathering of Matter, a Matter of Gathering, Dawn Lundy Martin,
University of Georgia Press, $16.95 (paper)
Fort Red Border, Kiki Petrosino, Sarabande Books, $14.95 (paper)