Posts tagged "publications"
Knee-Jerk, a new literary magazine in Chicago, was started in part by local writer Jon Fullmer. He excitedly explained the plan for the new publication to me back in early summer, and I remember taking note of the fact that Fullmer is not only well-aware that publishing has changed, but that he’s not concerned in... Read more »
The Chicago Underground Library is back with a great event: The Science of Obscurity, an official Printers Ball pre-event. The event celebrates everything local, new and/or small press and features… wait for it, wait for it…. a public book catapult and a mass-destruction of rejection letters. You read that right! All writers, publishers, readers and... Read more »