October 3, 2014

The CCLaP Weekender for October 3rd is here!

CCLaP Weekender for October 3, 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 new piece of original fiction by Daniel S. Libman; a photography feature highlighting the work of globetrotting artist Lukas Horch; and our usual look at the upcoming week of Chicago literary events. Use the links below to access it right now.

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Chicago After Dark Release Party

And don't forget about the citywide release party we're having this month for CCLaP's new "city all-star" student anthology, Chicago After Dark! It's on Tuesday, October 28th from 6 to 9 pm at City Lit Books in the Logan Square neighborhood (2523 N. Kedzie); it will feature free food and liquor, plus performances from five of our 31 contributors, as chosen randomly out of a hat. Although we're holding separate smaller release parties at all the contributing campuses as well, this will be the one and only opportunity to meet all 31 contributors together, so I hope all your locals will have a chance to come out. See this event's Facebook listing for even more.

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 11:14 AM, October 3, 2014. Filed under: CCLaP Publishing | Literature | Literature:Fiction | Photography | Profiles |