Posts Tagged: Voices: Books


When an eight million-volume library system won’t cut it

NSIT employee hatches Fish fantasy


James Kennedy’s debut novel The Order of Odd-Fish came out in December. The Maroon had the opportunity to talk to him about his life and the inspiration for some of his characters.

Top 5 Summer Books

Hemmingway gets revived, highly evolved bugs rule a sci-fi thriller, and American cuisine gets investigated.

University librarian finds stories in the stacks

University of Chicago librarian Frances McNamara published Death at the Fair, a murder mystery set during the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893. The Maroon sat down with McNamara to discuss her work and plans for the future.