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Literary Arts | The 1-5-B

The 1-5-B, Episode 4: Michael McLane on Bob Dylan, Abcedariums and the Utah Book Festival

Should Bob Dylan have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature? What form do you choose to write about atomic downwinders? What is the role of local literature in a global marketplace? For episode four of The 1-5-B we sat down with writer, editor and literary program coordinator for the Utah Humanities, Michael McLane, to discuss these topics and more.

Book Reviews | Literary Arts

A Nuclear Alphabet for Downwinders: Michael McLane’s Trace Elements

Michael McLane is the man behind the Utah Book Festival, which this month is bringing authors and book lovers together across the state. But he’s also a writer, and in this companion piece to our podcast on Trent Alvey, Amy Brunvand takes a look at McLane’s Elik Press publication Trace Elements: Mapping the Great Basin and its Peripheries.