Monthly Archives: May 2014

Chapbooks Now On Sale

We’re pleased to announce the launch of our very first print product, Anthology of Chicago: The Collection. It’s a chapbook collecting some of the best neighborhood-centric poems, stories, and essays we’ve published. Chapbooks feature letterpressed covers and are hand-bound in a very limited edition of 54, so don’t sit on this one, folks!



Dmitry Samarov–You Can’t Get a Drink in Beverly But You Can Admire the Hell Out of Some Houses (Beverly)
Ben Tanzer–You Throw Your Life In My Face (Gold Coast)
Melanie LaForce–Common Brunch, Kedzie & Milwaukee, December 2012: Streamed (Logan Square)
Kimberly Dixon-Mays–Hyde Park Walking Tour (Hyde Park)
Shontay Luna–Blue Island Avenue (Pilsen)
Mark Dawson–Walking and Biking in Lincoln Square (Lincoln Square)
Oni Woods–It Waits: A Bronzeville Ode To Gentrification (Bronzeville)
Joel Mendez–Humboldt Park Vignette (Humboldt Park)
Susan Hogan–The Ballroom Artists’ Commune (Bridgeport)
Irene Marquette–Gratitude (Andersonville)

Buy it now.