Chicago writer Emily Gray Tedrowe has crafted a vivid tale of two parallel worlds, each equally rich in character and color.
In “The Book Tour,” G. H. Fretwell takes his new novel, “Without K,” on the road.
An insightful story of Tina and the world that surrounded her.
Ochs’ charm and gift were his simplicity and moral directness…
“Taught by Women” is a culmination of my saying to all these women, … thank you, that you did not do this for me, you did this for us, you did it for the nation.
Readings and discussions for March.
“Oh You Robot Saints!” explores the dreams and fancies of creating robots that perform like living creatures, including human beings.
It’s harrowing and heartbreaking, reading Chicago artist Riva Lehrer’s memoir “Golem Girl.”
The significance of Ida B. Wells to Chicago was too great to not be celebrated in a children’s book. Luckily, Michelle Duster has penned “Ida B. the Queen” to share with young readers.