I haven’t read many short story collections, so I didn’t have much of a frame of reference when reading The Loss of All Lost Things by Amina Gautier. But I think that put me at an advantage. The worst thing about critics or reviewers is not judging a piece on its own merit. So while… Continue reading The Loss of All Lost Things
It was my first time attending the Printers Row Lit Fest. The festival is owned and operated by the Chicago Tribute—and it showed! The event was well-funded with big name speakers (Ethan Hawke and Rick Bayless). And the heat was sweltering, which is why I appreciated that many of the panel discussions were held inside a nearby hotel.