Printers Row Lit Fest: Sunday
Our picks for what to see on Sunday, June 9, at Printers Row Lit Fest:
Hot Doug's Doug Sohn
The wizard behind Chicago's favorite fake meats emporium discusses Hot Doug's: The Book. 1pm at Good Eating Stage.
Tribute to David Hernandez and Roger Ebert with Kevin Coval and Rick Kogan
Coval (author of Schtick) and Kogan (senior writer for the Chicago Tribune) pay tribune to two beloved cultural figures who passed away this year. 1:30pm at Mash Stage.
Rooney, author of the dazzling novel in poems, Robinson Alone, converses with Courtney Crowder of the Chicago Tribune's Printers Row literary supplement. 2:15pm at University Center/River Room.
Members of the nonprofit writing/tutoring center present a new collection, Longform Journalism and Creative Nonfiction by High School Students. 2:30pm at Mash Stage.
The What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank author sits down for a convo with Booklist's Donna Seaman. 2:30pm at Harold Washington University.
The poet and Columbia College professor shares her writing. 4:15 at the Arts & Poetry Stage.
Robbie Q. Telfer
The poet, Encyclopedia Show co-founder, author of Spiking the Sucker Punch and (last but not least) former poetry correspondent for TOC reads from his work. 4:15 at Center Stage.