- Charles Marohn, lead author and president of Strong Towns
- Other book contributors: Daniel Herriges, Nathaniel Hood, Gracen Johnson, Matthias Leyrer, Andrew Price, Rachel Quednau and Johnny Sanphillippo
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A strong town is built with a thousand competing ideas instead of one master vision.
If it "doesn't make sense" for the people that live along a dead end road to pick up the cost of maintaining it, what does make sense?
We just announced the release of our new book, Thoughts on Building Strong Towns, Volume II. Today we're sharing an excerpt from that book, a foreword by Michael McGinn, former mayor of Seattle.
Interviews with the Authors
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Rachel Quednau interviews Gracen Johnson about making the hard decision to move to a new town, plus her work with the Incremental Development Alliance and her philosophy that "love will save this place."
Nate Hood chats with Chuck Marohn about pedestrian safety efforts—the good, the bad and the ugly—in his hometown of St. Paul, MN.
In this special edition of the Strong Towns podcast, we bring you a short interview with Andrew Price, a Strong Towns contributor who wrote two essays for our new book, Thoughts on Building Strong Towns, Volume II.
In this special edition of the Strong Towns podcast, we bring you a short interview with Daniel Herriges, a Strong Towns contributor who wrote an essay for our new book, Thoughts on Building Strong Towns, Volume II.