The SP staff thinks you might just perish in amazement at the Pygmalion LitFest performance of Janaka Stucky. Rebecca asks them why, and then interviews the poet himself.
Jimin talks with prize-winning poet Adrian Matejka just in time for Pygmalion Lit Fest.
Award-winning short story writer and novelist Christine Sneed discusses her work, Paris, and why live lit performances are so inspiring.
Editor, professor, author and hot-dog vendor Michael Czyzniejewski of Chicago gives the lowdown to student, newscast director and author John Milas of Champaign in preparation for his appearance at Pygmalion LitFest.
Award winning co-authors of The Future is a Faint Song to appear at LitFest this week.
Featured Lit Fest reader and award-winning poet makes a special trip back home for Pygmalion.
In advance of Pygmalion Lit Fest, Mathew reviews Jennine Capo-Crucet’s debut novel, Make Your Home Among Strangers.
Rochelle interviews the producer of a popular stage show that lets you laugh at teenage you.
Despite the assurances that this book is a passive object, Rebecca discovers it may be anything but.
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