Posts tagged "Patrick Sommerville"
Jane Lynch is coming to Women & Children First. Word Riot has grants available for traveling small press writers. An Author Venn Diagram. Naked Girls Want You… to submit your work. Davis Schneiderman on Printer’s Ball 2011. Patrick Sommerville reveals the cover for his next novel “The Bright River“. Knee Jerk’s August Issue is Live!
1. Learning Than Burn gets a great review. 2. Pop Serial Issue 2 is filled with Chicago goodness and much more. 3. Gozamos has strong thoughts on e-readers. 4. Poetry 2.0: everybody can be poets thank god 5. Knee Jerk get’s a nice mention from Poets & Writers. 6. Patrick Sommerville attempts to write “The... Read more »
Every Monday I am going to start posting a few links from around the web that relate to Chicago Lit. Enjoy…. 1. Red Lightbulbs Issue 2 is live and they are taking submissions for an all women’s lit issue.2. Patrick Sommerville was recently interviewed for Propeller magazine. 3. Mark R. Brand and CCLaP now have... Read more »
There readings taking place this week that I feel need to be highlighted. The first takes place tonight (4/19) at The Hideout. Write Club is similar in some ways to the Literary Death Match, but changes the rules a bit. Write Club goes 3 bouts, 2 opposing writers/2 opposing ideas, 7 minutes apiece and allows... Read more »
Are you planning to stay home from work or school tomorrow? Instead of being sucked into daytime TV you should warm up the e-reader, iPad or laptop and download a few books. Here are five books I recommend you read during tonight and tomorrow’s “Snowapocalypse”. 1.
Leave it to Zach Dodson and the Featherproof team to design a book that can actually be turned into a mobile. The Universe in Miniature in Miniature is the latest collection from Patrick Sommervile, and if you attend the release party tonight at The Hideout you will learn how to turn you copy into... Read more »
Earlier this month Featherproof Books released two new free printable mini-books. They have been releasing these little well-designed gems for a while now and the new editions are by Patrick Sommerville and Mary Miller. “The Miniature version of The Universe in Miniature in Miniature” is the first story from the new story collection from Patrick... Read more »
Tonight at Quimby’s Joe Meno celebrates the release of the paperback version of last year’s classic The Great Perhaps. This pivot novel explores the various ways families and individuals attempt to answer life’s most complex questions. The event will be hosted by the nice folks over at Knee-Jerk. The reading also features Jon Resh, author... Read more »