The ChicagoNow crew was out and about Saturday at the Printers Row Lit Fest and we'll be out there again today from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Colonel Tribune will hold a noon tweet-up at our booth on Dearborn, south of Harrison.
Here is the Sunday schedule in a nice mobile format, but Chicago Subtext blogger Amy Guth is covering it live if you can't make it.
Chicago Tribune Kids Corner Stage presented by Shedd Aquarium
10:30 a.m. Young Authors Award Ceremony presented by W. Nikola-Lisa
11:45 a.m. JUSTIN ROBERTS and the Not Ready for Naptime Players perform
1 p.m. Live Lizards presentation from Shedd Aquarium
1:45 p.m. BARBARA JOOSSE, author of "Roawr!"
2:30 p.m. JUSTIN ROBERTS and the Not Ready for Naptime Players perform
3:15 p.m. Live Lizards presentation from Shedd Aquarium
11 a.m. GREG KOT, author of "Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music" in conversation with Jane Hirt
noon Playwrights TRACY LETTS and MARY ZIMMERMAN in conversation with Richard Christiansen
1 p.m. ELIZABETH BERG, author of "Home Safe" and ELIZABETH STROUT,
author of "Olive Kitteridge" in conversation with Mary Schmich
2:15 p.m. The American Heritage Dictionary Define-A-Thon hosted by David Kipen
Good Eating Stage presented by Jewel-Osco
10:30 a.m. Cooking demo with MARCIA SCHURER, author of "FitDelicious" Arts & Poetry Stage
11:15 a.m. Cooking demo with MARIA LIBERATI, author of "The Basic Art of Italian Cooking"
noon MOLLY O'NEILL editor of "American Food Anthology with Classic Recipes" in conversation with Leah Eskin
1 p.m. ANTHONY TERLATO, author of "Taste: A Life in Wine" and GRETCHEN
NEUMAN, editor of VinoVerve in conversation with Bill Daley
2 p.m. Cooking demo with THE HEARTY BOYS
JOE MCFARLAND and GREGORY MUELLER, co-authors of "Edible Wild Mushrooms
of Illinois and Surrounding States" in conversation with Monica Eng
Arts & Poetry Stage
10 a.m. TallGrass Writers Guild
11 a.m. NewTown Writers
11:30 a.m. After Hours Press
1 p.m. Gwendolyn Brooks' Birthday Bash presented by Third World Press
2 p.m. Poetry reading with ELISE PASCHEN, author of "Bestiary" and DON
SHARE, author of "Squandermania" presented by The Poetry Foundation
3 p.m. DINA ELENBOGEN, HELEN DEGEN COHEN, DEBORAH NODLER ROSEN and JULIE PARSON-NESBITT read from "Where We Find Ourselves"
4 p.m. Poetry reading with JAMES SHEA, author of "Star in the Eye"
University Center/River Room
10:30 a.m. BRYAN GRULEY, author of "Starvation Lake" in conversation with David Heinzmann
11:45 a.m. ROBERT OLMSTEAD, author of "Far Bright Star" in conversation with Richard Babcock
1 p.m. Young and Restless: JACQUELYN MITCHARD, JAMES KENNEDY, SAUNDRA MITCHELL and SALLY NEMETH moderated by Amy Alessio
2 p.m. MICHAEL DAVIS, author of "Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street" in conversation with Kevin Moore
3 p.m. Culture Clash: THRITY UMRIGAR, CRISTINA HENRêQUEZ and ALIZA SHEVRIN moderated by Mary Schmich
University Center/Loop Room
2 p.m. Book TV "In Depth" interview with BILL AYERS and a special appear-
ance by BERNARDINE DOHRN (limited seating available)
University Center/Park/ Fountain Rooms
10:30 a.m. PAUL BUHLE and HARVEY PEKAR present "THE BEATS: A Graphic History"
11:45 a.m. JOE STARITA, author of "I Am A Man"
1 p.m. Sporting Lives: MELISSA ISAACSON, JONATHAN EIG, and GARY ANDREW POOLE moderated by Dan McGrath
2 p.m. The Natural World: JOEL GREENBERG, JONATHAN ROSEN and OLIVIA GENTILE moderatred by Owen Youngman
3:15 p.m. Page to Pixel: The Future of Reading Christopher Booker, Owen
Youngman, Amy Guth and David Kipen, moderated by Elizabeth Taylor
University Center/ Multimedia Room
10 a.m. Poetry workshop with REGINA BAIOCCHI, author of "Urban Haiku"
11 a.m. BRIAN EULE, author of "Match Day" and MICHAEL COLLINS, author
of "Blue Collar, Blue Scrubs" in conversation with Cybele Ghossein and
noon Memoir writing workshop with BETH FINKE, author of "Hanni and Beth"
1 p.m. Open Books Poetry writing workshop
3 p.m. Writing the College Essay workshop presented by Polyphony H.S.
Books & Media Stage: University Center/Lake Room
10 a.m. BERYL SATTER, author of "Family Properties" in conversation with Eric Arnesen
11 a.m. ELLIOT J. GORN, author of "Dillinger's Wild Ride" and JOHN
HALLWAS, author of "Dime Novel Desperadoes" in conversation with Rick
noon Land of Lincoln: ORVILLE VERNON BURTON, TOM CAMPBELL, DAVID O. STEWART and EILEEN MACKEVICH moderated by Gary Johnson
1 p.m. PAUL BUTLER, author of "Let's Get Free: A Hip Hop Theory of Justice" in conversation with Geoffrey Stone
2 p.m. MAXWELL TAYLOR KENNEDY, author of "Danger's Hour" in conversation with Rick Kogan
3 p.m. THERESA AMATO, author of "Grand Illusion" and RICK PERLSTEIN, author of "Nixonland" in conversation with Bruce Dold
4 p.m. ADAM COHEN, author of "Nothing to Fear" in conversation with Elizabeth Taylor
*T Main Stage Harold Washington Library Center
2 p.m. "Waging Peace" presented by Lookingglass Theatre Young Ensemble
*T Harold Washington Library Center Multi-purpose room
1:30 p.m. Funny Tales: ROBERT RODI, author of "Dogged Pursuit" and AMY
SUTHERLAND, author of "What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love, and
Marriage" in conversation with Jen Lancaster
3 p.m. Murder She Wrote: LAURA CALDWELL, CATHERINE O'CONNELL, TASHA ALEXANDER and GILLIAN FLYNN moderated by Libby Hellmann
*T Harold Washington Library Center Reception Hall
2:30 p.m. RACHEL SHTEIR, author of "Gypsy: The Art of the Tease" in conversation with Gioia Diliberto
Hotel Blake, Burnham Room
11 a.m. Female Persuasion: JANELLE BROWN, THERESE FOWLER, KIMBERLA LAWSON ROBY and KRISTINA RIGGLE moderated by Barbara Brotman
noon Family Secrets: SALLY KOSLOW, MARIA SEMPLE, KATIE CROUCH and VALERIE LAKEN moderated by Alicia Eler
1 p.m. JONATHAN MILES, author of "Dear American Airlines" and STEVE
AMICK, author of "Nothing But a Smile" in conversation with Valerie
2 p.m. CHARLES BAXTER, author of "The Soul Thief" in conversation with Billy Lombardo
3 p.m. WENDY DONIGER, author of "The Hindus"
*T Free tickets required