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  • Steven de Selby is the glue that holds those books together and, while he changes, and grows up a bit, he has very peculiar world view.

    Interview with Trent Jamieson | The Long Write

  • Lake Clifton's Josh Selby is the second-ranked point guard nationally by Rivals and the No. 4 player overall.

    Washington/Baltimore area is a 'hotbed' for hoops recruits

  • De Selby is the subject of hilariously digressive academic footnotes (shades of Pale Fire, you would say, but for the fact that Nabokov had not yet written it); the main text is primarily concerned with the adventures of our antihero who, wandering through a weirdly defamiliarized rural district, comes to be detained by a pair of cheerfully batty policemen.

    The Last Laugh

  • Leave it to the NYT to fail to mention a certain Selby book, one that was turned into a pretty good movie, Requiem for a Dream.

    April 2004

  • Selby is a utilityman who has bounced between Triple-A and the majors.

    USATODAY.com - American League

  • From surfers to stylists, designers and urban farmers, The Selby is a catalogue of the coolest people, living in some of the world's coolest cities.

    Coolhunter: The Selby

  • Whenever, any allusion was made that might recall Selby to mind, she looked awful -- as if she could kill him.

    The Gilded Age A tale of today

  • The Selby, which is "a website featuring photographs, paintings, and videos by Todd Selby of interesting people and their creative spaces."

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • The building, an undergraduate residence hall that opened in 2005 on the St. Paul campus, was known as Selby Hall because of its location on Selby Avenue.

    News

  • Father John Malone joked on Thursday at our ceremony to rename Selby Hall as Flynn Hall after Archbishop Harry Flynn that the occasion might be the closest I ever would get to naming a baby.

    University of St. Thomas News

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