Everything that’s free at the annual fest (except Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Al Franken)
A black Irish comedy and a look at inequity in the local theater scene are among this week’s best bets.
Sauced Night Market, Empty Bottle Book Club returns, and more happenings from February 15-18
The Scottish transplant to Chicago interviews his friend on the occasion of the Chicago native’s new memoir, Mozos: A Decade of Running With the Bulls of Spain.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, April 10
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh joins Don De Grazia for a staged reading of their script in progress.
Theater Wit stages Trainspotting U.S.A., based on Irvine Welsh’s novel about heroin addicts
The Scottish writer talks about his latest novel, a new theatrical adaption of Trainspotting, and life in the Sunshine State.
Our ten best bets for fall theater: Trainspotting, 44 plays for 44 presidents, and more
What’s on the Agenda for Wednesday, September 12, 2012
The annual Association of Writers & Writing Programs conference runs February 29 through March 3 in Chicago
Columbia College’s annual literary festival features appearances by fiction writers, faculty, students, and alumni. The theme this 15th time around is “Class Acts.” Events run Sunday, March 13, through Friday, […]
Since the spectacular success of his first novel, Trainspotting, ten years ago, Scottish writer Irvine Welsh has solidified his reputation as the profane scribe of the drug-addled and disenfranchised, producing […]