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Posts by John Milas:
PygLit tidbit: Five questions with Michael Czyzniejewski
Editor, professor, author and hot-dog vendor Michael Czyzniejewski of Chicago gives the lowdown to student, newscast director and author John Milas of Champaign in preparation for his appearance at Pygmalion LitFest.
News, weather, and a lot more
John speaks with local broadcasting legend Doug Quick about his career on TV and his love of broadcasting history.
John speaks with Aaron Ammons about poetry, self-expression, and more.
“When you write, fear no one”
John speaks with author Ted Sanders about good writing, rich dirt, and sustained obsession (which are all actually the same thing).
Artists of the Loom: Maya Weavers of Guatemala
John finds artistry, color, and history as he tours a fascinating exhibit at Spurlock Museum.
Five of the worst intersections in Champaign
John gives his two cents on some terrible intersections in Champaign.
Local Iggy Azalea metal cover collects some attention online
Local rock group Eriose, who released their first single this past January, has gotten a bit of traffic with a metal cover of Iggy Azalea’s song “Fancy.” The video was posted Friday, the 23rd and …
Honoring Herbert Brun
John previews the October 22nd event hosted by The School for Designing a Society.
The importance of good feedback
John speaks with members of Champaign Urbana Creative Writers about their group, their process, and how to get involved.