At 91, sci-fi master Frederik Pohl comes out with a dystopian new novel, All the Lives He Led
From authors with a Chicago connection: a backpacker thriller, taking license with Louisa May Alcott, and more
To WNEP Theater: James Wolcott can’t make it to your show.
The Pontiac Cafe’s closing leaves Honky Tonk Bingo homeless.
A benefit to help pay for surgery for actor/playwright David Roby.
More recent and upcoming releases by area authors
Libby Fischer Hellmann sets her whodunits in the land of never-ending lawns.
In 1989 Pete Jordan was a 23-year-old college dropout with no money and no idea what he wanted to do. Hence, dishwashing. The jobs were easy to get and required […]
Dan Beachy-Quick, an instructor in the writing program at the School of the Art Institute, introduces his third book of poetry, Mulberry (Tupelo Press), by calling the silkworm weaving its […]
Next to air, water is the natural resource most taken for granted–and the one whose lack leaves us the most royally screwed. So wouldn’t it behoove a corporation to corner […]
Joe Meno can’t stop revising his latest story.
In 1910 the world was rocked by what became known as the North London Cellar Murder when a pile of human viscera was found buried in a basement. The man […]
Mention the environment, animals, or meat in print and chances are you’ll hear from Brien Comerford.
THE NYMPHOS OF ROCKY FLATS | Mario Acevedo | Rayo | Former infantryman Mario Acevedo manages to seamlessly blend several genres in his smooth, wryly funny debut novel. Nymphos starts […]
Bailiwick Repertory Theatre is the company that finally closed Naked Boys Singing so they could open Barenaked Lads in the Great Outdoors–what kind of a costume sale could they put […]