Posts tagged "Amy Guth"

Printer's Row Recap Part 2

Around 2pm on Saturday I made my way to the Center Stage tent, which was sponsored by the very cool youth-fueled magazine The Mash, to listen to a discussion moderated by Amy Guth and focusing on YA Fiction. The sun was out by this point and attendance was down, but the discussion was quality. The... Read more »

Printers Row Preview

As I scroll through the many events, discussions, performances, booths, etc that will all culminate this weekend at Printers Row (June 12-13th) it seems a little overwhelming. Where do you start, what can’t you miss, what should you avoid? Well, I’ve found with large festivals like it can be best to find those few things... Read more »

Torn Pages Opening Event

It seems fitting that the opening night of the first Torn Pages event would be so close to Valentine’s Day. The concept of curator Josh Lucas, the show effectively married two creative worlds, art and literature. The result was an exciting event that began to build a bridge across the two Chicago scenes. What was... Read more »

The Nervous Breakdown Reading @ The Whistler

The Nervous Breakdown is an online magazine featuring the work of published and emerging authors, poets, and other artists from around the world, and they just happen to have a strong presense ins Chicago. A few months ago they had their first reading here and it was a big success. Organized by Gina Frangello and... Read more »