The CCLaP Journal is the monthly magazine of the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography, a blend of material already published at our blog with a smattering of exclusive new content. Each issue is offered as a free PDF download here at our website, or as a free "flippable" online version at Issuu.com.
CCLaP Journal #5: Featuring a long-form interview with author Joe Meno; new fiction from Peter Anderson, Matt Rowan, Alec Moran and Fernando A. Flores; photo features by Meryl Olah, Jaime Boddorff, Vasya Gavrilov and Lindsey Fast; and new reviews of Haruki Murakami, William H. Gass, Brian Alan Ellis and a dozen more. 186 full-color pages, completely ad-free.
CCLaP Journal #4: Our first issue in its new paperback format features a long-form interview with author Cory Doctorow; our annual "Year In Books" best-of roundup; new original fiction by Matt Rowan, Jason R. Riley, and Sally Weigel; photography features of Alessandro Passerini, Bryan M. Ferguson, Heather Killion, and WolfWendy; new reviews of books by Aleksandar Hemon, Dave Eggers, Donna Tartt, and two dozen more; plus our usual rare-book overviews and sneak previews of our coming titles.
CCLaP Journal #3: Featuring long-form interviews with Chicago authors Ben Tanzer and Mark R. Brand; new fiction by Andy Plattner and Steve Romagnoli; book reviews of Philipp Meyer, Thomas Pynchon, Samantha Irby and more; photo features by Noushin Arefadib, Brendan O Se, Sheldon Serkin and Elodie Fougere; plus our usual rare-book overviews and monthly columns.
CCLaP Journal #2: Featuring tour photos of band Cat Power from guitarist Nico Turner; long-form interviews with Chicago authors Mason Johnson and Chris L. Terry; new fiction by Mark R. Brand; reviews of Richard Ford, Aleksandar Hemon and more; additional photo features by Leif Johnson, S. Nicole Lane and Jesi Langdale; plus our usual rare-book overviews and monthly columns.
CCLaP Journal #1: Featuring our extended "Year In Books 2012" report; an interview with George Saunders; new fiction by Ben Tanzer; a field report from the Chicago stop of Dan Harmon's "Harmontown" podcast; photo features from Francesca Marie, Katherine Hodges, and Paul Lask & Anna Bolm; a dozen book reviews; and more.
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