A handful of the many great events going on in October.
How to live and move forward with the pain of stories about Korean “comfort women” and other violence.
A young African-American man examines what it means to be black and middle class in an era where the class divide among blacks is ever-widening.
Debut collections from Chicago voices.
Memoirist Jessica Hopper and poet Jacob Saenz discuss their new books and what they look forward to in fall.
Lit events to look forward to as the leaves change and the temperatures drop.
Poetry, fiction and workshops.
Geni is a masterful storyteller.
The greatest cost of fear is the way it blots out everything it touches and drowns out the joys of parenthood.
A satire about precarity, family, memory and survival.