September 22, 2014

CCLaP Podcast 119: Author Paulette Livers

CCLaP Podcast 119: Paulette Livers

It's Monday, which means it's time for another episode of the CCLaP Podcast. Today, it's a one-hour talk with local writer Paulette Livers, author of the haunting and darkly poetic Vietnam War novel Cementville. Also featuring the music of MRTN and John Mark Nelson.

Links to the things and people mentioned in today's episode:
Paulette Livers
Cementville
Ox-Bow Artist Residence
Counterpoint
Mighty Sword Studio
MRTN
John Mark Nelson

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CCLaP Showcase: Paulette Livers

And don't forget about Paulette's featured performance at the next edition of the CCLaP Showcase, happening TOMORROW at 6:30 pm at City Lit Books in the Logan Square neighborhood (2523 N. Kedzie). 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 11:13 AM, September 22, 2014. Filed under: CCLaP Podcast | CCLaP news | Chicago news | Literature | Profiles |