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Stories by Jaclyn Bauer

'Mama Koko And The Hundred Gunmen' Reveals The Horrors In Congo
Roscoe Village Opens Its First Independent Bookstore, RoscoeBooks
Pop Up To The Curbside Splendor Book Fair
Jesmyn Ward Earns The Heartland Prize For Nonfiction For 'The Men We Reaped'
Daniel Woodrell Honored With The Heartland Award For Fiction
Patti Smith Receives Chicago Tribune Literary Award
Margaret Atwood's 'Stone Mattress' Inspires Speculation
Do This: Veronica Roth And Garth Nix At The Athenaeum Theatre
Harvey Friends: A Comical Auction For A Great Cause
Pen & Ink Tells The Stories Of People's Tattoos In Words And Pictures
A Horrific Plot In 'The Grand Hotel' Bleeds Into Literary Fiction
Mountain Goats' John Darnielle Rocked Lincoln Hall ... With Conversation
'A Love Letter to Me' Aims to Inspire Young Women With Real Stories
'Facehooked' Offers A Psychological View Of Facebook And Addiction
'Monkey Beach' Grapples With Issues Of Spirituality, Oppression And Growing Up
Dapper Press Offers Services For Self-Publishing Writers
'The Alchemist' Still Resonates 26 Years Later
A Michael Chabon Classic Is The 25th 'One Book, One Chicago' Selection
'How We Learn' Encourages Distraction, Sleep To Help Learn More Efficiently
'Wolf in White Van' By Mountain Goats' John Darnielle Is Possibly The Best Novel of the Year
Roxane Gay Speaks About Feminism, Twitter, Trauma And Beyonce
'The Carnival At Bray' Facilitates Important Conversations, Ignores Feminine Power
Pencil This In: Roxane Gay Reads At Women And Children First
Stuart Dybek Takes Flash Fiction To New Poetic Levels In His Latest Works