Vern Fein, published author and horse racing enthusiast, takes a look at a great tale of a thoroughbred champion.
Mike Rogalla sits on the nominations committee for one of the biggest literary awards for children’s books: The Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal.
Speculative dino-fiction comes to C-U by way of a self-published paleontologist author.
Rebecca goes in intentionally ignorant to meet Repetition by James Tadd Adcox, which ends up being somewhat familiar and farcical at the same time.
The Anomaly Problem is a science-fiction action story that follows multiple characters in a not-too-distant- future. Jordan reviews local author Roy Claflin's debut novel.
The Krannert Art Museum and Spurlock Museum bring you more Medieval manuscript mayhem than you can shake a stick at this fall.
What is Book Fort? Sadly, it is not a literal fort made of books. The event is an interactive and roving book fair of select independent presses and publishers.
Maybe SP likes Matthew too much. Maybe we talk too often. Regardless, this conversation between Minicucci and Rebecca should provide new details about our old homeboy.
Seth Fein of Smile Politely, Pygmalion Festival and Nicodemus Agency was quite enthusiastic about the chance to interview Neil Steinberg, Chicago columnist.
C-U has a ridiculous number of libraries, and Shelly learns about the most diverse and interactive one we've ever seen. Check out people at the Human Library event during Pygmalion LitFest.
Rebecca sits down to talk poetry with local author, publisher and librarian Aaron McCollough. Instead they talk about music and mass culture and hermeticism and music.
Andrew talks with several parties involved with UFL's first Comic Con.
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