By Anne Trubek
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Rust Belt stylish: The Cleveland Anthology, edited by way of Richey Piiparinen and Anne Trubek, offers an inside-out picture of town, containing contributions by way of confirmed authors reminiscent of Connie Schultz and Michael Ruhlman in addition to forty seven others.
Rust Belt Chic tells tales approximately failure (mills closing), clash (Pekar's consistent grousing), progress (a thriving Iraqi immigrant group) and renewal (moving away in simple terms to, ultimately, go back home). prepare, those tales create a brand new narrative approximately Cleveland that includes yet deepens and widens the generic tropes of producing, stadiums and comebacks. discover extra at rustbeltchic.com
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