Julia Fine’s What Should Be Wild, penned while studying with her childhood hero, hits shelves this week.
The author of Divergent discusses her latest book, anxiety, and why she chooses to stay in Chicago.
Working in his dream job at the University of Chicago press, the RISD grad has produced some of the industry’s most innovative covers.
The creator of ‘Sylvia’ talks about her new book, ‘We Ate Wonder Bread,’ how she became a cartoonist, and life in an over-55 building in Chicago.
Meet the future of Chicago’s poetry scene.
The organizers of Murder and Mayhem in Chicago discuss the city’s role in an overlooked literary genre.
The Lincoln Park writer, whose novel Census is out this week, talks morality, mortality, and writing Down syndrome with dignity.
Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer-nominated work wraps up a world of issues in a teen girls’ soccer team.
It’s home to one of the most important poetry magazines (with its cultural center devoted to the genre), and it’s in the middle of a youth-poetry renaissance. So how does it compare to the nation’s other cultural capitals?
In the University of Chicago history professor’s sci-fi series, Terra Ignota, people get to choose a non-geographic country and live to be 150 years old.