Printers Row, the Chicago Tribune’s new publication, debuted just three weeks ago. It presents broad coverage about books and literature from around the country with a distinct Chicago perspective. The journal (advertisement free) includes essays, book lists, reviews and recommendations from some of the Tribune’s favorite writers: Rick Kogan, Elisabeth Taylor, Julia Keller and Chris Jones. Author interviews/essays, local area book club insights, and an original piece of literary fiction are a few of the features in each weekly edition.
Printers Row is available at Readers Services to read while you are in the Library. Catch up on the latest from Chicago’s literary world, and let us know what you think about this exciting resource from the Trib!
PS The St. Charles Public Library has already been mentioned in Printers Row thanks to our very own Carol H. who had the first published Letter to the Editor!