Writing is a process of self-discovery, but its beginnings often lie off the page.
There is room for more structure in teaching the study of literature without damaging its open-endedness.
Winners of the 2012 “Writing About Chicago” contest welcomed the wider city’s arts community to the new Logan Center with a reading from their work.
The Seminary Co-Op is hosting a new monthly writing series at Jimmy’s.
Fantasy writer Neil Gaiman read excerpts from his best-selling book Neverwhere, which is part of a city-wide literacy program.