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Robin Hustle in The Chicago Sun-Times

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One of the things I appreciate most about life — yes life! (How strange to say something like that. I mean, what? really? What am I, like a 75 year-old, self-help, motivational speaker?) But. It’s true. One of the things I find myself appreciating more and more about being in a city for as long as I have is the way I’ve grown into a community, participating in the patchwork quilt of remarkable people and talent. There are people I consider friends whom I haven’t even had a long personal … Read more

Tonight! Brightest Thing in the World RELEASE!

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It’s an exciting day — we just got back from Milwaukee from a conference about the “Non-Human Turn” (more on that later) and are about to head into the official release event for Matthew Goulish’s book — something I am incredibly excited about. The book has been in the works for the last several months and it’s really exciting to see it take shape in the world. Not to mention that the launch will involve 2 performances — Hannah Verrill and Matt Shalzi will perform a collaborative work, Matt will Eventually be … Read more

Fiction At Work in The Chicago-Sun Times blog!

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The following piece was published in The Chicago Sun-Times Blog, written by Sarah Terez Rosenblum. You can read the article in its entirety by going here. That said, really what you should do is come out tonight, to watch some Quickies and see the book for yourself. A website dedicated to quick reads and a reading series called Quickies, sounds like a perfect match, right? Quickies creators Mary Hamilton and Lindsay Hunter seem to think so. This Tuesday, March eighth, they’ll use their monthly literary event to showcase “The Fiction … Read more