The CCLaP Weekender is a free electronic publication put out every Friday morning, containing original fiction, a photography feature, and a look at the next seven days of Chicago literary events happening around the city. Click here for the latest issue, or here instead to make a voluntary payment.
CCLaP is now maintaining an always expanding list of all Chicago literary events taking place in any given month. Click here to subscribe to it, interact with the larger web version, or submit your own event information.
Episode 122, an interview with local author Ryan Kenealy, is now online. Click here to go listen to it right now.
SELL ALL THE BOOKS! Ben Tanzer's The New York Stories, on sale from now until Christmas for only $9.99! Click here for the details and to order a copy.
CCLaP's newest book, the Chicago immigrant epic saga The Fugue by Gint Aras, is now available. Click here for a lot more about it, and to start the purchasing/downloading process.
And don't forget about Leland Cheuk's Asian-American dysfunctional family comedy, The Misadventures of Sulliver Pong, which was released in November. 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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Master list by category
The following is a complete list of all categories found at the CCLaP website, along with how many entries are currently assigned to each. Links below will take you to that category's information page, which displays summaries of all entries in that category.