It must have been a quiet week at St. Cloud State University. Ten years ago the college hosted a Sinclair Lewis symposium, and, having exhausted the subject matter, a couple scholars presented treatises on GARRISON KIELLOR'S RADIO MONOLOGUES. Thus, a new field of study was born. In the intervening years, reams of scholarly discourse on the Bard of Lake Wobegon have appeared in print. We present this abbreviated survey of the literature in hopes that some institution of higher learning launches a Department of Keillor Studies.