“We’d just sit over pancakes and have these big dreams. … It’s amazing to see what so many of those women have become.”
Books! Books! Authors! Food! Books!
Leftist comedy in Monkey Wrench, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf: The Good Parts, and more happenings 7/31-8/3
The author’s family and friends reflect on her work—and the gratifying (and sometimes thorny) experience of being a subject of her writing.
Two rising literary stars talk shop on the occasion of their new books.
Printers Row Lit Fest’s 30th year brings hundreds of authors and booksellers to the South Loop.
Megan Stielstra taps into the anxieties of early adulthood in Once I Was Cool, the Columbia College teacher’s new collection of personal essays.
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