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Slow Trains Overhead by Reginald Gibbons Book Release

Jun 03, 10


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MAKE Literary Productions, STOP SMILING Books, Gapers Block and the University of Chicago Press Present:

SLOW TRAINS OVERHEAD: A BOOK RELEASE EVENT!

Thursday, June 3, 7:30PM / FREE

@STOP SMILING HQ 1371 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago

+ Celebrating the release of
Slow Trains Overhead: Chicago Stories and Poems by Reginald Gibbons with a party featuring a reading by the author

+ Also featuring the debut of
“The Chicago Ward Primer: Celebrities, Scandals, & Snacks” a multi-media presentation from gapersblock.com Politics Editor Ramsin Canon with contributions from Joe Drogos, Ray Pride, Corey R. Lewis, A.Jay Wagner, Vincent Dermody, Antonio Ancona and more….

+ Live music from Edgar “El Musico” Garcia

+ Complimentary appetizers from Las Palmas Chicago

 

+ Complimentary beer!

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RSVP to rsvp@makemag.com

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