June 27, 2014

The CCLaP Weekender for June 27th is here!

CCLaP Weekender for June 27, 2014

This week's edition of our new e-magazine, The CCLaP Weekender released every Friday morning, is now online for your free downloading pleasure. It features a typed version of our April podcast interview with author Justin Kramon; a photography feature highlighting the work of Italian artist Alessandro Passerini; and our usual look at the upcoming week of local literary events happening all across the city. Use the links below to access it right now.

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CCLaP Showcase: Eric Charles May

And don't forget about the July edition of our new reading series and open mic, the CCLaP Showcase being held at City Lit Books in the Logan Square neighborhood (2523 N. Kedzie). Being held on Tuesday, July 22nd at 6:30 pm, it will feature the popular local writer and professor Eric Charles May, reading from his Chicago-set social realist novel Bedrock Faith. There will also be room for six open-mic slots, for performances of five minutes apiece (strictly timed); if you'd like to sign up in advance for one of these slots, drop us a line at cclapcenter [at] gmail.com. (Don't forget that the entire thing will be recorded for our podcast as well.) Do make sure to go by the event's Facebook listing for more, and we hope to see all you Chicagoans there.

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 7:00 AM, June 27, 2014. Filed under: CCLaP Publishing | CCLaP news | Literature | Photography | Profiles |