Monday, August 4, 2008

Ring the alarm. I been through this too long. I'll be damned if I see another ELIZABETH CRANE on your arm.

August 12th reader:


Elizabeth Crane is the author of three collections of short stories, When the Messenger is Hot, All this Heavenly Glory, and You Must Be This Happy to Enter. Her work has also been featured in publications including Other Voices, fivechapters, Ecotone, Nerve, Washington Square, New York Stories, Sycamore Review, Mississippi Review, Florida Review, Eclipse, Bridge, Sonora Review, the Chicago Reader, the Believer, McSweeney’s Future Dictionary of America, and several anthologies including The Best Underground Fiction, Loser, and Who Can Save Us Now? Her stories have been featured on NPR’s Selected Shorts, and she is a recipient of the Chicago Public Library 21st Century Award. Her work has been adapted for the stage by Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater company, and also been adapted for film. She teaches at the School of the Art Institute and the University of Chicago. This fall she will be writer-in-residence at the University of Texas at Austin.

August 12
Innertown Pub
1935 W Thomas
Chicago, IL


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