Mount Prospect’s Mallory Smart, who publishes the online journal Maudlin House, has a new book coming out from Trident Press this year.
Bill Clinton has written a thriller about a missing president! And nearly 100 other ways to escape the oncoming shit show.
Riot Fest launches an online magazine—because sometimes Twitter just isn’t enough.
Also, Jackson Park and public sculptures made a list of the city’s most endangered sites.
Yes, they’re about politics—because now everything is political.
We take a look at the family legacy of Johnson Publishing and the publications that became a staple in black American households.
Against the odds, the Chicago-based indie publisher has managed to survive.
A defense of the much-maligned romance novel.
For the 2012 edition of spring books, the Reader explores modern bookmaking
Rian Murphy of Drag City on publishing books that are right for your imprint
Mike Levine of Northwestern University Press on how to deliver books to readers
Doug Seibold, founder of Agate Publishing, on how it’s good to be a small publisher
James O’ Neill, Senior VP of marketing strategy at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, on how technology changes educational publishing
Victor David Giron of Curbside Splendor on the art of and behind book-making
Highlights of Columbia College’s Story Week Festival of Writers