The New Yorker's Ian Frazier tells tales from Siberia
Ian Frazier shares travel stories from his new book, "Travels in Siberia" for the Talk of the Stacks series at the Hennepin County Library in downtown Minneapolis. Ian Frazier is a writer for the New Yorker and has visited Siberia a number of times over the past decade. His book is a fascinating look at Russia since the end of the cold war, and a chronicle of Siberia's contributions to science, economics, and politics to the world.
- Ian Frazier: Staff writer for The New Yorker and contributing editor for Outside Magazine. His books include Great Plains, On the Rez, and Family.
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