THE DIAL: thursday, april 26 >> 7pm
Join us as we celebrate the launch of David Hayden's debut short story collection Darker With the Lights On! David will give a brief reading, followed by a discussion with Maryse Meijer (author of Heartbreaker and the forthcoming Northwood) and a signing. Refreshments will be served. Seating is limited; RSVP here.
saturday, april 28 >> all day
Join us in celebrating Independent Bookstore Day! We'll have coffee and treats!
Additionally, we'll be participating in the Chicago bookstore crawl. To begin their crawl, readers can pick up a My Chicago Bookstore passport and the first stamp on their passport with an initial purchase of $25 or more from the store of their choice. Additional bookstore visits throughout the day (no purchase required) enable them to collect an additional stamp at each subsequent bookstore. More info here.
thursday, may 3rd >> 7:30pm
BOOK CLUB! We'll be reading Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney. Copies of the book are available in our store. To join the club just read the book and show up!
friday, may 10th >> 6-10pm
SECOND FRIDAY! We'll be open late at both locations with special refreshments, to ease you into your weekend.
PCB: 6-10pm /// The Dial: 5-9pm
THE DIAL: saturday, june 15 >> 6pm
James Joyce’s Ulysses first appeared in print in the pages of Margaret Anderson's avant-garde literary magazine, The Little Review, between 1918 and 1921. In 1921 the Post Office seized copies of the magazine and refused to distribute them on the grounds that Ulysses constituted obscene material. Anderson ended up having to go to trial over the matter. The Little Review began its life in our current home, The Fine Arts Building. Join us for a very special celebration of Ulysses, Margaret Anderson and the literary legacy of the Fine Arts Building, featuring Liesl Olson in conversation with Adam Morgan. More info here.