Issue #1 of our new monthly magazine is now available, in both electronic and print form. Click here for more details
, and to download or purchase a copy right now.
CCLaP's first paper books are now available. Click here for more
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CCLaP's newest book, the story collection The Kickstarter Letters by David David Katzman, is now available. Click here for a lot more about it, and to start the purchasing/downloading process.
And don't forget the essay collection Historia, Historia by Eleanor Stanford, which came out last month. Click here for its online headquarters.
CCLaP is now selling whimsically decorated blank journals, made out of the same material as is used for our original books. Visit our Etsy store
to learn more and to purchase one right now.
Stickers! Get yer sexy new hipster CCLaP stickers!
Full-sized posters and refrigerator magnets are available of the covers of all our 2012 books. See the bottom of each book's order page for more.
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May 28, 2012
It's day six of Katherine Scott Nelson's virtual author tour!
It's day six of Katherine Scott Nelson's virtual book tour for hir CCLaP novella Have You Seen Me! Today Katherine pays a visit to the revered Another Chicago Magazine, where instead of an interview ze has posted an excerpt from the book itself; and given that CCLaP doesn't usually post excerpts from our books online, today's stop is an excellent choice for those who haven't read it yet and would like