Chicago writer John Hospodka will launch his free “literary picture show,” titled “South Side Trilogy,” next month at www.bohemianpupil.com. The site is a collection of poems, monologues, short stories, images and sound put together to capture his experience on the South Side. “It comes from me being unable to decide how to really capture the inspiration I was receiving,” Hospodka says of the multimedia approach. “I would try just putting everything down into fiction or monologue, but it didn’t make sense without actually hearing a voice and seeing an image.” Hospodka says his inspiration for the project was the Bridgeport neighborhood, where he’s lived for ten years and experienced his first true sense of community. “There was something really unique about finally experiencing a neighborhood feeling, a community feeling, in the city,” he says of the area. “I also came in contact with a toughened intelligence…an unexpected need to creatively express oneself down here. I never expected blue collars to be as artistic as those I’ve befriended.” The free Web site premiers July 23; a PDF text-only version will also be available online with a $5 donation.