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  • Five books by Lit Fest presenters

    Five books by Lit Fest presenters
    About 150,000 people attend Printers Row Lit Fest each year to wander the book fair lining Dearborn Street and to listen to authors speak about their work. For a handful of the 200 or so authors who will appear this year, the event will be a homecoming....
  • Anchee Min on her memoir, "The Cooked Seed"

    In “Red Azalea,” her best-selling 1994 memoir, Anchee Min told the compelling story of her childhood and early adulthood in China during the Cultural Revolution. The daughter of former teachers who were reassigned to jobs as manual laborers in...
  • Audrey Niffenegger on 'Raven Girl'

    Audrey Niffenegger on 'Raven Girl'
    Audrey Niffenegger has always been a renaissance woman. Best known as the author of the best-selling novels "The Time Traveler's Wife" (2003) and "Her Fearful Symmetry" (2009), Niffenegger, a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is also...
  • Ron Gilbert’s ‘The Cave’ puts adventure back in play

     
    Throughout his 30-year career, game designer Ron Gilbert has been ahead of the times, behind the times and, perhaps most ......
  • E3 2013: Amid PS4, Xbox One news, little guys make a play with story

     
    Spread throughout the cavernous Los Angeles Convention Center, the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) rewards the loud. It's the largest […]...
  • Glorious Gardens Contest: The winner

    Glorious Gardens Contest: The winner
    Dennis Paul's garden grew out of worry. It was the mid-1990s. It was just a plot of plain old lawn, surrounded by maybe a 1-foot border of humdrum annuals. "Just a square in the back. A green square," says Paul, a sculptor and figurative-art instructor...
  • Travels with Audrey Niffenegger

    Travels with Audrey Niffenegger
    Kedzie. Rockwell. We board the Brown Line at its farthest northwest stop, Kimball. We're headed downtown. We're on a mission to prove that Audrey Niffenegger, who grew up in Evanston with few friends and is at work on a novel about a 9-year-old girl...
  • 2 charged with beating cab driver

    2  charged with beating cab driver
    When two young men ran from Iwowari Wright’s taxi van after one of their credit cards was declined, she was resigned to accepting the loss of a $22 fare. But before she got a chance to leave the University Village neighborhood where she dropped...
  • Heavy lifting required for 'The Instructions'

    Heavy lifting required for 'The Instructions'
    This is a short story about a long story, a story so long it arrived on my desk in pieces, in two Joseph Conrad-size chunks, presumably for easier handling. This was the early galley of "The Instructions," Chicago native Adam Levin's first novel. It's...
  • Art Gives Strength to Group With Mental Illness

    Art Gives Strength to Group With Mental Illness
    A week into his hospitalization at the Elgin Mental Health Center in Illinois, Jeffrey Eppard was given pencils and paper and invited to draw anything he wanted. The subject he chose was his left arm. He outlined it in a blur of charcoal, then filled...
  • "Push Comes to Shove: New Images of Aggressive Women" by Maud Lavin

    "Push Comes to Shove: New Images of Aggressive Women" by Maud Lavin
    "Push Comes to Shove: New Images of Aggressive Women" By Maud Lavin The MIT Press, 312 pages, $27.95 Aggression provokes complex feelings. On the one hand, we think of aggressive people as pushy, domineering, and quite possibly violent or threatening. At...