January 2, 2012

SHOP Podcast 03: Jumeck Raféal

SHOP Podcast 03: Jumeck Raféal

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It's episode 3 of the new SHOP Podcast, produced by the Southside Hub of Production (SHOP) in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, and whose files are hosted and distributed here through the main CCLaP Podcast feed. Today, it's a half-hour recording of Chicago educator and author Jumeck Raféal, reading from his new novel Calling Queens, a piece of historical fiction in which a contemporary African-American high-school teacher is transported back in time to the Middle Ages, and inhabits the bodies of the various wives of Henry VIII. Held in the library of the historic William Wallace Fenn House where SHOP is headquartered; see more photos here.

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 2:35 PM, January 2, 2012. Filed under: Arts news | CCLaP Podcast | Chicago news | Events | Literature |