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Eric Dregni

Eric Dregni is an author from Minneapolis, Minnesota who has written and co-written a number of books on various recreational activities and aspects of Minnesotan, Norwegian and Italian culture. In the 1990s he played in the amateur novelty band Vinnie and the Stardüsters.[1]

Bibliography

As author

  • Zamboni: The Coolest Machines on Ice[2]
  • Scooter Mania
  • Let's Go Bowling!
  • Scooters: Everything You Need To Know[3]
  • Vikings in the Attic; In search of Nordic America. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2011.
    • Who are these rather odd Scandinavians in our midst?
  • In Cod We Trust. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008.
    • A vivid portrayal of modern Norway through the eyes of a fourth-generation Norwegian American from Minnesota.
  • Midwest Marvels. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
    • A tour of quirky must-see sites dotting the highways and byways of the Upper Midwest.
  • Minnesota Marvels. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.
    • A humorous guide to the offbeat and bizarre attractions along Minnesota’s highways.
  • Never Trust a Thin Cook and Other Lessons from Italy's Culinary Capital. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009.
    • The food-obsessed chronicle of an American’s three years in Italy.

As co-author

  • Weird Minnesota (Weird)
  • Scooter Bible: From Cushman to Vespa,the Ultimate History and Buyer's Guide[4]
  • Ads That Put America on Wheels
  • Illustrated Motorscooter Buyer's Guide (Illustrated Buyer's Guide)
  • Follies of Science: 20th Century Visions of Our Fantastic Future[5]

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