The Barnstormer

A few years ago, Doug Ohman was a theme-park executive with 600 employees. Today, he photographs barns. What happened?

Ohman notes that the remaining farms in the area are engaged in a losing battle with these boxy new estate homes. "Something will eventually win and what will win is suburbia," he says. "We don't necessarily want to live in the country, but we want the country hanging on the wall."

Doug Ohman reads at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 21 at Barnes & Noble Eden Prairie, 952.944.5683; and with Will Weaver at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 29 at Bound To Be Read, 651.646.2665.

Twin Cities Reader Summer Books Issue:

The Barnstormer A few years ago, Doug Ohman was a theme-park executive with 600 employees. Today, he photographs barns. What happened?

The Dirty Parts Romance Novelist Connie Brockway Wants to Know Why People Can't Look Past the Unbound Bosom and Love-Swollen Member

Fixing a Leak What happens when a reporter doesn't keep his word to an anonymous source?

From the Beauty Parlor to the Barricades! Her Warmhearted Characters Feel Good About the World. Lorna Landvik Doesn't.

Love and Marriage To Most of Us, Nothing Sounds Worse Than a Loveless Marriage. According to Stephanie Coontz, It Wasn't Always That Way.

Life of Johnson It wasn't fun bringing up the rump of the avant-garde. B.S. Johnson felt compelled to do it anyway.

Review: Joe Coomer: Pocketful of Names

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