“We want to teach the craft of writing and the rules of storytelling so you use your craft to break those rules and find your own voice.”
A political activist, educator, advisor, mentor to countless youth, would-be politician, labor organizer and city administrator.
Winter literary enticements in February.
The characters in Adamczyk’s debut collection demand attention.
“‘Under the Knife’ is an actual body that’s been taken apart and stitched back together in a number of ways, much like my own body.”
Listen and learn in January
“Sacred Smokes” is a major contribution to Bottom-dog Urban Realism.
“How can we have faith in humanity when our own survival is at risk?” Ruben Quesada thinks about love, sexuality and the human spirit.
Winter literary delights in Chicago.
The Gilded Age, the grandeur of the Columbian Exposition existed alongside terrible poverty. The details have changed, but desperate need hasn’t, nor have attentive people stopped searching for ways to live honest and useful lives.