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Join the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography on July 22nd for the second edition of its new reading series and open mic, the CCLaP Showcase. This month’s show features the popular local writer and professor Eric Charles May, reading from his Chicago-set social realist novel “Bedrock Faith,” and will open with six open-mic slots of five minutes apiece (strictly timed). The show will take place at City Lit Books in the Logan Square neighborhood (2523 N. Kedzie), starting at 6:30 pm, and will be recorded in its entirety for rebroadcast on the CCLaP Podcast the following week. To sign up in advance for one of the open-mic slots, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you there!
This should be a lot of fun. If you’re in the neighborhood or you just want to hear some great readings, I encourage you to stop by and support us.
Tonight! 6:30pm! Be there!
Author Apperance: Katia D. Ulysse and Tiphanie Yanique
July 22, 2014| 6:30pm| 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
In Drifting, her debut collection of interlinking stories, Katia Ulysse follows the private lives of four secretiva Haitian families whose hopes for distant success are constantly challenged by the hard realities of the immigrant journey. Ulysse, a native of Haiti, lives in Baltimore. Her stores have appeared in Haiti Noir,…
In Baltimore? Stop by this great event TONIGHT at the Enoch Pratt Free Library, featuring Katia D. Ulysse and Tiphanie Yanique! 6:30 pm!
Go the Fuck to Sleep: uniting Star Wars and Star Trek and all variations of the universe since 2011.