Posts tagged "Curbside Splendor"
The Brown’s Chicken Massacre by Jacob S. Knabb What’s new at Quimby’s? A Tug-of-War Was On by Mickey Hess Heart by Lindsay Hunter The Tribune gives out some awards Show you love for Quimby’s with a Temp Tattoo 2 Poems by Steve Roggenbuck Curbside Splendor announces Piano Rats by Franki Elliot.
Here are my Literary Links for the week of June 6th: 1. Curbside Splendor Bookstand gets big praise. 2. Caketrain Chapbook Competition. 3. Laura Yes Yes gets reviewed. 4. Billy Lombardo wins the Nelson Algren Short Story Award 5. Stephen Tully Dierks gets discussed over at Beach Sloth. 6. Open Books flashes Printers Row for... Read more »
The latest project from local press Curbside Splendor is a bit of a change of pace for the young press. Coming this July is The Chapbook: Poems by Charles Bane, Jr.. The collection promises to be a work of art and a traditional poetry collection in every sense of the word. Chicago native Bane has... Read more »
Cubside Splendor and it’s founder Victor David Giron has begun pull together several local presses to create a pop-up bookstore that can be found at the Logan Square Farmer’s Market. The Market is held in the lobby of the Congress Theater at 2135 N. Milwaukee Ave. and the first appreance of the book stand will... Read more »