On Monday, the students will release I Will Hold You Like a Bible, a chapbook showcasing their poetry and short stories from the past school year.
Trade Routes: A Festival of Artistic Exchange and more events the weekend of Friday 12/8-Sunday 12/10
P.S. You Sound Like Someone I Can Trust collects correspondence between students on the north and south sides of Chicago.
Everything that’s free at the annual fest (except Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Al Franken)
The Humboldt Park institution has taken an unconventional approach to being a “city library,” and it’s only growing more ambitious.
Reader writers round up the locals on Pitchfork’s bill, guide fans of hip-hop and R&B into the rest of the roster, discuss the gender balance of the fest’s bookings, and much more.
Fourth- and fifth-graders from Brentano Math and Science Academy explore their imaginations in The Monster Gasped, OMG!
Students at Brentano Math and Science Academy learn how to write, with proper grammar and punctuation—and they like it.
“We want the activists to know we are grieving and enraged and that the events of last week showed us we need deeper change, but we don’t know how to make it happen.”
The Reader followed four intrepid teenage journalists while they interviewed musicians during the final day of this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival.
The Reader followed a few intrepid teenage journalists while they interviewed musicians at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, April 26
And yet the new publisher hasn’t sold a single copy.
An alum of the housing projects learns of a project to document his childhood home.
Chicago Zine Fest presents a ton of exhibitors and a heap of how-tos.