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Join Us for Our Final Program for the Spring of 2017

Join Us for Our Final Program for the Spring of 2017

Celebrating Ten Years of Independent Print Publishing Thursday, May 18, 2017 6:30pm Book Cellar 4736 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60625 This event is free and open to the public. Wine and coffee are also free. Our outstanding writers, poetry and prose, for a great evening! Brooke Bergan has published three books of poetry, Windowpane, […]

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Four Illinois Poets

Four Illinois Poets

Fifth Wednesday Journal and Poetry Foundation are pleased to present four outstanding poets in a program of readings at Poetry Foundation 61 W Superior Street Chicago, IL 60625 Wednesday, May 10, 2017 6:30pm (Doors will open at 6pm) With music by the Bill Harrison/Marc Perlish Duo A reception with beverages and snacks follows. This program […]

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Challenges for Female Writers

Challenges for Female Writers

Fifth Wednesday Books and City Lit Books are pleased to present four outstanding writers in a discussion of the challenges for female writers and the high art of writing fiction in the 21st century. You are invited to bring your questions to the discussion. Thursday, April 27th, 6pm City Lit Books 2523 N. Kedzie Blvd […]

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Tiger Room Salon

Tiger Room Salon

Saturday, April 1 Doors open 7pm, Reading at 7:30 pm 1132 Oak Ave., Evanston(Chris’s house) A Free* and Frequent** Series hosted by Chris Green and Cin Salach and featuring a multi-genre line-up of Chicago’s best writers reading new*** work, plus fire, food, booze (BYOB) and a tiger This month’s readers: Barrie Jean Borich (non-fiction) Emily […]

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An Evening with Desmond Egan

An Evening with Desmond Egan

Desmond Egan, whose work was featured in our Fall 2016 issue, will be appearing at DePaul University on Monday, March 6, 4:30-5:30pm. This event is free and open to the public. See flyer for more details.

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Tiger Room Salon

Tiger Room Salon

Saturday, February 11 Doors open 7pm, Reading at 7:30 pm 1132 Oak Ave., Evanston(Chris’s house) A Free* and Frequent** Series hosted by Chris Green and Cin Salach and featuring a multi-genre line-up of Chicago’s best writers reading new*** work, plus fire, food, booze (BYOB) and a tiger This month’s readers: Virginia Bell (memoir) David Kodeski (autobiographical stories) […]

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FWJ Reading in Kalamazoo, Michigan

FWJ Reading in Kalamazoo, Michigan

START 2017 RIGHT – Join us for the FWJ Reading in Kalamazoo, Michigan on January 26, 2017 at 7pm Fifth Wednesday Journal and the Center for the Humanities at Western Michigan University are pleased to present four outstanding Kalamazoo writers reading from their work. This program is free and open to the public. Join us! […]

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Celebrating Issue 19 of Fifth Wednesday Journal

Celebrating Issue 19 of Fifth Wednesday Journal

Friday, November 18th, 2016 6pm The Book Cellar 4736 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL Fifth Wednesday Journal and The Book Cellar are pleased to present four great Illinois poets reading from their work. This program is free and open to the public. Beverages are on us! Join Us Fifth Wednesday Journal and The Book Cellar […]

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Tiger Room Salon

Tiger Room Salon

Saturday, October 8 Doors open 7pm, Reading at 7:30 pm 1132 Oak Ave., Evanston(Chris’s house) A Free* and Frequent** Series hosted by Chris Green and Cin Salach and featuring a multi-genre line-up of Chicago’s best writers reading new*** work, plus fire, food, booze (BYOB) and a tiger This month’s readers: Quraysh Ali Lansana (poetry) Adin Bookbinder (fiction) […]

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Celebrating Issue 18 of Fifth Wednesday Journal

Celebrating Issue 18 of Fifth Wednesday Journal

Friday, May 27th, 2016 6 pm The Book Cellar 4736 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL Fifth Wednesday Journal and The Book Cellar are pleased to present three of the finest Illinois writers reading from their work. This program is free and open to the public. Wine, coffee, soft drinks are on us. Please join our […]

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