The men may kick and scream, but it’s the women who lead.
Between now and April, the Reader and its readers will be choosing the greatest book ever written about Chicago.
The British novelist discusses the ‘loud, brilliant, and mean’ city of his literary hero
Submit your 750-word version of the Great American Novel to a flash fiction writing contest.
The Chicago Public Library’s pick for its 2011 Fall citywide reading program is Saul Bellow’s The Adventures of Augie March