Seven Years In Indianapolis — An essay from ‘Red State Blues: Stories from Midwestern Life on the Left’
From the forthcoming Belt anthology “Red State Blues: Stories from Midwestern Life on the Left.” [...]
Belt Magazine Live: With New America Chicago, a panel discussion about discrimination in the VC world
By Steve Friess Photography by Jesus Montero Earlier this month, Belt Magazine and New America Chicago [...]
From Belt Publishing's Folktales and Legends of the Middle West By Edward McClelland, with illustrations [...]
By Mason Adams Photography by Will Solis Flowing water saturates the Terry family property, which [...]
By Steven Conn Photograph by Maddie McGarvey As soon as the votes were tallied from [...]
Despite the NCAA ban on ‘hostile’ Native American mascots, Chief Illinewek still reigns at U. Illinois
By Jonathan Foiles Chief Illiniwek, former longtime official mascot of the University of Illinois at [...]
A wind farm on Lake Erie? If only Ohio pols, and some environmental activists, too, would get out of the way.
By Justin Nobel Icebreaker Wind, a promising Lake Erie wind energy project — which would [...]
From the forthcoming Belt anthology “Red State Blues: Stories From Midwestern Life on the Left” [...]
Text and Data Visualization by Kevin Huber Additional reporting by Ariel Miller In presidential politics, [...]
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Somewhere between his 12th and 13th hour inside a Chicago Police interrogation room, Lindsey Smith decided to confess to a murder he didn’t commit. Read More.