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Location: Hyde Park, Chicago

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There are 21 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

57th Street Books (0.2 miles)
1301 East 57th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
5701 South Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
1501 East 57th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
5751 S. Woodlawn, Chicago, IL 60637
1526 East 55th Street, Chicago, IL 60015
1100 East 57th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
1118 East 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
1100 East 55th Street, Seminary Building, Lower Level, Chicago, IL 60615
1100 East 55th Street, Seminary Building, Chicago, IL 60615
5730 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
1116 E. 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
5416 South Cornell Avenue, 5th Floor (Academic and Conference Center), Chicago, IL 60615-5698
1407 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
970 East 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
Frontline Books (0.6 miles)
5206 S. Harper Ave, Chicago, IL 60616
1121 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
6050 South Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637-2804
969 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
4904 South Lake Park Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
731 East 63rd Street, Chicago, IL 60637
4801 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
1000 E. 73rd Street 60619
6151 South Normal Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60621
2505 East 73rd Street, Chicago, IL 60649
6301 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60621

Local events

Jul
10
RACHEL BERTSCHE
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Thursday, July 10 at 7pm
Jennifer, Gwyenth, and Me

Author, journalist, and Northwestern Medill grad Bertsche describes her quest to remake her life in the image of her favorite celebrities (think Jennifer Aniston and Gwyenth Paltrow).

Location: Street: Highland Park Library, 494 Laurel City: Highland Park, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
10
Mike Nowak
Women & Children First, Thursday, July 10 at 7:30pm
Attack of the Killer Asparagus

Book launch party

Called the "Dave Barry of Gardening" and the "Mark Twain of Garden Writers," Mike Nowak's new book Attack of the Killer Asparagus is a complete compilation of his award-winning columns from Chicagoland Gardening magazine. In it, he trains his absurdist humor on the seduction of gardening and the paranoid fantasies of gardeners. Mike is an Illinois Master Gardener, co-founder of the Midwest Ecological Landscape Alliance, and the current president of the Chicago Recycling Coalition. He also hosts The Mike Nowak Show on WCPT Chicago's Progressive Talk radio and has made numerous television appearances. As a bonus, Mike has invited his friends Kathleen Thompson (Examining the Evidence: Seven Strategies for Teaching with Primary Sources) and Andra Medea (Safe Within These Walls: De-escalating School Situations Before They Become Crisis) to sign their new books for teachers the same evening. Supporters of the book's Kickstarter campaign can pick up their premium and get it signed at this event. Refreshments will be served.

Location: Street: 5233 N. Clark St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60640-2122 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
11
Tera Patrick and Shawna Kenney
Women & Children First, Friday, July 11 at 7:30pm
Lust & Letters: A Reading with Tera Patrick (Sinner Takes All) and Shawna Kenney (Book Lovers: Sexy Stories from Under the Covers)

Cosponsored by Early to Bed, 5044 N. Clark St.

As memoirists and professionals within the adult film industry, Tera Patrick and Shawna Kenney are experts at baring all. Join both authors for a reading of their books as well as a discussion of the pleasures and perils of writing about intimate matters. Tera Patrick's first memoir, Sinner Takes All, recounts her early life and later travels to more than eighty countries modeling, dancing, filming, and touring. Tera has appeared on Chelsea Lately, MSNBC, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and she was the first host of the AVN Awards. She is currently writing her second book, performing burlesque, and raising her daughter, Sophia. Shawna Kenney is the author of the award-winning memoir I Was a Teenage Dominatrix and co-author of the anthology Book Lovers: Sexy Stories from Under the Covers. Her work has appeared in Ms., Bust, Creative Nonfiction, and Juxtapoz, as well as many anthologies, including Hos, Hookers, Callgirls and Rentboys: Professionals Writing on Life, Love, Money and Sex and Without a Net: The Female Experience of Growing Up Working Class. She also teaches creative writing in the UCLA Extension Writers' Program.

Location: Street: 5233 N. Clark St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60640-2122 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
11
The Kates!!!
The Book Cellar, Friday, July 11 at 8pm
The Kates drop by for a night of comedy! Get here early to get seats and drinks.

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
12
Chicago Independent Bookstore Day
The Book Cellar, Saturday, July 12 at 00am
Drop by the independent bookstores of Chicago for special give-aways and puzzle pieces! Complete the puzzle for a collectable art piece by local graphic artist Lilli Carré. PARTICIPATING BOOKSTORES INCLUDE: 57th Street Books (Hyde Park) Seminary Coop (Hyde Park) US! The Book Cellar (Lincoln Square) City Lit Books (Logan Square) Open Books (River North) Powell's Bookstore (University Village) Sandmeyer's (Printer's Row) Unabridged Books (Lakeview) Women & Children First (Andersonville) ** email chicagobookstoreday@gmail.com or visit chicagobookstoreday.com for details! **

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
12
Chicago Independent Bookstore Day with Mary Schmich
Women & Children First, Saturday, July 12 at 1pm
Chicago Independent Bookstore Day

Including an appearance by Tribune columnist Mary Schmich

Nine indie bookstores in Chicago are teaming up to create the first Chicago Independent Bookstore Day! To encourage Chicago readers to visit their own neighborhood store, as well as the other unique stores in different neighborhoods--from Hyde Park to Logan Square to Andersonville--indie bookstores are offering special deals, free books, and refreshments. The first 20 customers at each store who spend $30 or more will receive a "passport" and their first handful of puzzle pieces. When you collect them all, the puzzle pieces fit together to create an exclusively designed frameable print by Chicago-based artist Lille Carré. And as a special treat for customers at W&CF, Tribune columnist Mary Schmich will be signing books and meeting customers at 1 p.m.!

For more details about Chicago Independent Bookstore Day, see www.chicagobookstoreday.com.

Location: Street: 5233 N. Clark St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60640-2122 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
12
Meeting of the G. K. Chesterton Society
Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, Saturday, July 12 at 2pm
Title: The Ballad of the White Horse

Author: G. K. Chesterton

Location: Street: 7419 Madison St. City: Forest Park, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60130-1502 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
15
NINA SANKOVITCH
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Tuesday, July 15 at 7pm
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Celebrating the Joys of Letter Writing

The author of the much-admired Tolstoy and the Purple Chair goes on a quest through the history of letters and her own personal correspondence to discover and celebrate what is special about the handwritten letter. Witty, moving, enlightening, and inspiring, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" begins with Nina Sankovitch's discovery of a trove of hundred yearold letters. The letters are in an old steamer trunk she finds in her backyard and include missives written by a Princeton freshman to his mother in the early 1900s.

Nina's own son is heading off to Harvard, and she hopes that he will write to her, as the Princeton student wrote to his mother and as Nina wrote to hers. But times have changed. Before Nina can persuade her child of the value of letters, she must first understand for herself exactly what it is about letters that make them so significant--and just why she wants to receive letters from her son.

Sankovitch sets off on a quest through the history of letter writing--from the ancient Egyptians to the medieval lovers Abelard and Heloise, from the letters received by President Lincoln after his son's death to the correspondence of Edith Wharton and Henry James. Sankovitch uncovers and defines the specific qualities that make letters so special, examining not only historical letters but also the letters in epistolary novels, her husband's love letters, and dozens more sources, including her son's brief reports from college on the weather and his allowance. In this beautifully written book, Nina Sankovitch reminds us that letters offer proof and legacy of what is most important in life: love and connection. In the end, she finds, the letters we write are even more important than the ones we wait for.

Location: Street: Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Ave. City: Evanston, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
16
Cristina Henríquez
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Wednesday, July 16 at 6:30pm
Cristina Henríquez (The Book of Unknown Americans, El libro de los americanos deconocidos)

Cristina Henríquez is the author of the story collection Come Together, Fall Apart, which was a New York Times Editors’ Choice selection, and the novel The World in Half. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The American Scholar, Glimmer Train, Virginia Quarterly Review, Ploughshares, TriQuarterly, AGNI, and Oxford American, as well as in various anthologies. She lives in Illinois. **************************Cristina Henríquez es autora de la colección de relatos Come Together, Fall Apart, que fue uno de los libros destacados por The New York Times, y la novela The World in Half. Sus relatos han sido publicados en The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The American Scholar, Glimmer Train, The Virginia Quarterly Review, Ploughshares, TriQuarterly, AGNI y The Oxford American, así como en varias antologías. Vive en Illinois. (added from Random House)… (more)
Jul
16
Nina Sankovitch, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Celebrating the Joys of Letter Writing"
The Book Cellar, Wednesday, July 16 at 7pm
Nina Sankovitch drops by the Book Cellar to read from her new book, Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Celebrating the Joys of Letter Writing.

Nina's first book, Tolstoy and the Purple Chair, about the joys and therapeutic benefits of reading, was published in 2011. Tolstoy and the Purple Chair was hailed as “an outstanding debut” by Kirkus Reviews and designated a “book to read now” by Oprah.

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
16
Heather Gudenkauf
Women & Children First, Wednesday, July 16 at 7:30pm
Little Mercies

As a veteran social worker for fifteen years, Ellen Moore has seen the worst side of humanity, but remains a gifted child advocate as well as a devoted mother and wife. But everything changes one blistering summer day when Ellen races to rescue two children from their mother's dangerous boyfriend and, in a moment of distraction, leaves her own infant daughter in a sweltering car. While Ellen is swarmed by legal authorities and the media, ten-year-old Jenny, who's just been abandoned by her father, is set to cross Ellen's path and change both of their lives for good. Born with a profound unilateral hearing impairment, Heather Gudenkauf found refuge in books from an early age. She has since become the bestselling author of The Weight of Silence and These Things Hidden. She also works in education with students of all ages in Iowa, where she lives with her husband, three children, and a very spoiled German Shorthaired Pointer.

Location: Street: 5233 N. Clark St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60640-2122 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
17
Rebecca Rotert will be promoting Last Night at the Blue Angel
City Lit Books, Thursday, July 17 at 6:30pm
Rebecca Rotert will be promoting Last Night at the Blue Angel (added from HarperCollins)
Jul
17
James Browning, "The Fracking King"
The Book Cellar, Thursday, July 17 at 7pm
James Browning stops by the Book Cellar to read from his new book, The Fracking King. James is a spokesman and chief strategist for Common Cause and has appeared on NPR and MSNBC to talk about fracking and other environmental issues. His essays have been published in The Believer and The Village Voice. The Fracking King is very much informed by his position as a spokesman and chief strategist for Common Cause, and his interest in the fracking industry. The Fracking King follows Winston Crwth – a boarding school kid, a loner, a scrabble prodigy – who becomes an unlikely hero in the fight to stop fracking in Pennsylvania. When he and his friends discover the effects of fracking when the water from their bathroom sink lights on fire, they hatch a plan to win a scrabble tournament and meet the governor of Pennsylvania and expose the dangerous consequences. This is a new kind of environmental novel, that is playful and profound, and also about the power of believing in yourself and pursuing your own particular genius.

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
18
Lauren Streicher
Women & Children First, Friday, July 18 at 7:30pm
POSTPONED FROM JUNE 18TH

Love Sex Again

A Read Local Event

More than 100 million women in America have problems in the bedroom but don't have the courage to ask their doctors for help. Instead of getting the help they need, they quietly give up on pleasure. But no longer! Love Sex Again is an all-encompassing guide to women's sexual health. Dr. Streicher shows women how to regain their libido, determine what their issues are, and learn to fix whatever is broken "down there." This will set women on a path to discovering (or rediscovering) deeply pleasurable, satisfying sex. She offers practical advice for real women of all ages and explains what a woman needs to know about her body and how it connects to a satisfying sex life.Dr. Lauren Streicher teaches obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. She appears regularly on the Dr. Oz Show and has also appeared on the Today Show, the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Steve Harvey Show, 20/20, and ABC News, where she serves as a medical correspondent. Dr. Streicher also contributes articles and has been interviewed for many magazines and newspapers including the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and WebMD.

Location: Street: 5233 N. Clark St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60640-2122 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
19
The Mystery Discussion Group
Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, Saturday, July 19 at 2pm
Title: Dark Fire

Author: C. J. Sansom

Location: Street: 7419 Madison St. City: Forest Park, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60130-1502 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
19
Launch Party: Lori Rader-Day, "The Black Hour"
The Book Cellar, Saturday, July 19 at 7pm
We're excited to have Lori Rader-Day revisit the Book Cellar to launch her new book, The Black Hour! Her fiction has been previously published or is forthcoming in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, TimeOut Chicago, Crab Orchard Review, Freight Stories, and in the anthology Dia de los Muertos (Elektrik Milkbath Press). Bestselling author Jodi Picoult chose her story as the grand prize winner of Good Housekeeping’s first fiction contest. Originally from central Indiana, she grew up frequenting the local libraries, reading all the Judy Blume and Lois Duncan she could get her hands on. She studied journalism at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, but eventually gave in to her dream and studied creative writing at Roosevelt University in Chicago. Now a decade-long resident of Chicago, she's active in the area’s crime writing community. She's the vice president of the Midwest Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, and a member of Sisters in Crime Chicagoland and the International Thriller Writers (ITW). She's a 2014 ITW Debut Author, and blog with the 2014 class at The Debutante Ball.

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
20
Special Program in the Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of World War I (The Great War)
Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, Sunday, July 20 at 2pm
Title: Assassination in Sarajevo. A review of the tragic family of Emperor Franz Joseph, the life of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, the assassins and their colleagues, the trial and punishments meted out to them, and the results that changed the history of Europe. Speaker: Donald Sender (Veteran Cryptographic Technician of the Korean War, Past President of the Salt Creek Civil War Round Table, Retired U.S. History teacher, Retired Chief Warrant Officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and many other positions in service to his community.)

Location: Street: 7419 Madison St. City: Forest Park, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60130-1502 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
20
Rickipedia ~ Jonathan Rieder & Rick Perlstein ~ Gospel of Freedom: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail and the Struggle That Changed a Nation ~ 57th Street Books
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Sunday, July 20 at 6pm
ATTENTION: Event Location & Time Changed Sunday, July 20, 6 PM 57th Street Books 1301 E. 57th Street Phone: 773.684.1300 fiftysev@semcoop.com

"I am in Birmingham because injustice is here," declared Martin Luther King, Jr. He had come to that city of racist terror convinced that massive protest could topple Jim Crow. But the insurgency faltered. To revive it, King made a sacrificial act on Good Friday, April 12, 1963: he was arrested. Alone in his cell, reading a newspaper, he found a statement from eight "moderate" clergymen who branded the protests extremist and "untimely."

King drafted a furious rebuttal that emerged as the "Letter from Birmingham Jail"-a work that would take its place among the masterpieces of American moral argument alongside those of Thoreau and Lincoln. His insistence on the urgency of "Freedom Now" would inspire not just the marchers of Birmingham and Selma, but peaceful insurgents from Tiananmen to Tahrir Squares.

Scholar Jonathan Rieder delves deeper than anyone before into the Letter-illuminating both its timeless message and its crucial position in the history of civil rights. Rieder has interviewed King's surviving colleagues, and located rare audiotapes of King speaking in the mass meetings of 1963. Gospel of freedom gives us a startling perspective on the Letter and the man who wrote it: an angry prophet who chastised American whites, found solace in the faith and resilience of the slaves, and knew that moral appeal without struggle never brings justice.

Jonathan Rieder is professor of sociology at Barnard College, Columbia University. He is the author of The Word of the Lord Is Upon Me: The Righteous Performance of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Canarsie: The Jews and Italians of Brooklyn Against Liberalism. He has been a regular commentator on TV and radio, a contributor to the New York Times Book Review, and a contributing editor for the New Republic.

Rick Perlstein is the author of Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus, winner of the 2001 Los Angeles Times Book Award for history, and Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America (2008), a New York Times bestseller picked as one of the best nonfiction books of the year by over a dozen publications. A former online columnist for The New Republic and Rolling Stone and former chief national correspondent for the Village Voice, his journalism and essays have appeared in Newsweek, The Nation, the New York Times, and many other publications. Perlstein has been called the "chronicler extraordinaire of American conservatism" by Politico and the "hypercaffeinated Herodotus of the American century" by The Nation. On August 5th, Simon & Schuster will release his new book called The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan. He lives in Chicago and plays jazz piano on the side.

The book release party for The Invisible Bridge will be at the Seminary Co-op Bookstore on Tuesday, August 12th at 6 PM. The following night, Wednesday, August 13th at 6 PM, he will discuss The Invisible Bridge with Garry Wills at the Harold Washington Library Center.

Location: Street: 57th Street Books Additional: 1301 E. 57th St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60637 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jul
20
Rickipedia ~ Jonathan Rieder & Rick Perlstein ~ Gospel of Freedom: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail and the Struggle That Changed a Nation ~ Seminary Co-op Bookstore
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Sunday, July 20 at 6pm
Sunday, July 20, 6 PM, 57th Street Books, 1301 E. 57th Street, Phone: 773.684.1300, fiftysev@semcoop.com

"I am in Birmingham because injustice is here," declared Martin Luther King, Jr. He had come to that city of racist terror convinced that massive protest could topple Jim Crow. But the insurgency faltered. To revive it, King made a sacrificial act on Good Friday, April 12, 1963: he was arrested. Alone in his cell, reading a newspaper, he found a statement from eight "moderate" clergymen who branded the protests extremist and "untimely."

King drafted a furious rebuttal that emerged as the "Letter from Birmingham Jail"-a work that would take its place among the masterpieces of American moral argument alongside those of Thoreau and Lincoln. His insistence on the urgency of "Freedom Now" would inspire not just the marchers of Birmingham and Selma, but peaceful insurgents from Tiananmen to Tahrir Squares.

Scholar Jonathan Rieder delves deeper than anyone before into the Letter-illuminating both its timeless message and its crucial position in the history of civil rights. Rieder has interviewed King's surviving colleagues, and located rare audiotapes of King speaking in the mass meetings of 1963. Gospel of freedom gives us a startling perspective on the Letter and the man who wrote it: an angry prophet who chastised American whites, found solace in the faith and resilience of the slaves, and knew that moral appeal without struggle never brings justice.

Jonathan Rieder is professor of sociology at Barnard College, Columbia University. He is the author of The Word of the Lord Is Upon Me: The Righteous Performance of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Canarsie: The Jews and Italians of Brooklyn Against Liberalism. He has been a regular commentator on TV and radio, a contributor to the New York Times Book Review, and a contributing editor for the New Republic.

Rick Perlstein is the author of Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus, winner of the 2001 Los Angeles Times Book Award for history, and Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America (2008), a New York Times bestseller picked as one of the best nonfiction books of the year by over a dozen publications. A former online columnist for The New Republic and Rolling Stone and former chief national correspondent for the Village Voice, his journalism and essays have appeared in Newsweek, The Nation, the New York Times, and many other publications. Perlstein has been called the "chronicler extraordinaire of American conservatism" by Politico and the "hypercaffeinated Herodotus of the American century" by The Nation. On August 5th, Simon & Schuster will release his new book called The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan. He lives in Chicago and plays jazz piano on the side.

The book release party for The Invisible Bridge will be at the Seminary Co-op Bookstore on Tuesday, August 12th at 6 PM. The following night, Wednesday, August 13th at 6 PM, he will discuss The Invisible Bridge with Garry Wills at the Harold Washington Library Center.

Location: Street: Seminary Co-op Bookstore Additional: 5751 S. Woodlawn Ave. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60637 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Event location: 1301 E. 57th St., Chicago, IL, 60637, United States
Jul
21
NATASHA KORECKI
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Monday, July 21 at 12pm
Only in Chicago: How the Rod Blagojevich Scandal Engulfed Illinois and Enthralled the Nation

Chicago Sun-Times political reporter Korecki talks about her book and her years covering federal court in Chicago, including the trials of Blagojevich and former Gov. George Ryan.

Location: Street: The University Club of Chicago, 76 East Monroe Street, City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jul
21
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The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Monday, July 21 at 7pm
Jul
21
Essay Fiesta!
The Book Cellar, Monday, July 21 at 7pm
Essay Fiesta takes over The Book Cellar once again for an evening of Live Lit. Get here early to grab a seat and grab a drink! All donations go to 826Chicago!

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
22
JOAN RIVERS
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Tuesday, July 22 at 5:30pm
Diary of a Mad Diva

Meet Joan Rivers and hear her talk about her new book, a no-holds-barred, delightfully vicious and hilarious look at the everyday life of the ultimate diva.

Cocktails.

Location: Street: The Standard Club, 320 South Plymouth Court City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jul
22
ERICA O’ROURKE
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Tuesday, July 22 at 7pm
Dissonance

Book launch party at the store.

Local author O’Rourke talks about her newest paranormal YA novel.

Location: Street: 811 Elm Street City: Winnetka, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60093-2236 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jul
23
MARK JACOBS and STEPHEN BENZKOFER
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Wednesday, July 23 at 12pm
10 Things You Might Not Know About Nearly Everything

The authors talk about their book, based on their “10 things you might not know” feature that runs frequently in the Chicago Tribune Sunday Perspective section.

Location: Street: The University Club of Chicago, 76 East Monroe Street, City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
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