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MAKE 18 “Mad Science” is now available! Lit & Luz Mexico City, February 12-15
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Apr 1
Artists and orgs in Illinois, the relief fund launches today. It’s a collaboration between the City of Chicago, the State of Illinois, private philanthropy, and you to support the IL arts community…
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Mar 30
Alexander Ullman reviews Gerald Shea's The Language of Light, a history of pedagogy and deaf educational institutions that "asks us to think of sign language as an art form in and of itself."
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Mar 24
Join our former participant in a Q&A on her new book, HURRICANE SEASON!
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Mar 11
Surya Bowyer reviews Steven Roger Fischer's A History of Reading, a work that strives to “the complete story of reading from the age when symbol first became sign through to the electronic texts of the present day.”
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Annlee Ellingson Mar 5
“Start big with your dreams and figure out ways to get there. Find the people to do what you need to do.” ’s Kamilah Foreman on scaling to the live cross-cultural magazine .
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Annlee Ellingson Mar 5
“The art itself will make something magical occur.” ’s Kamilah Foreman on the DIY aspect of at .
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Mar 4
: Join us TOMORROW in Room 210A, Henry B. González Convention Center, Meeting Room Level for our panel on creating interdisciplinary collaboration and cooperation across national boundaries!
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 27
HURRICANE SEASON is on the longlist! Congratulations to participant and her translator !
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Nectar Literary📚🐝 Feb 20
Eula Biss & in conversation at the Lit & Luz festival in Mexico City. Excited for Jazmina’s ON LIGHTHOUSES out from in May!
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LitNet Feb 21
“You erase these ideas of patriotism or nationalism or territories of language." Carla Faesler on Lit & Luz
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 24
Jeanette Tran reviews Alia Trabucco Zeran’s The Remainder, a work which, “much like the phenomenon of trauma, problematizes the distinction between past and present, and cries out in its own unique way the urgency of healing.”
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Alex Arriaga Feb 20
For , I traveled to Mexico City to see how pulls together its annual Lit & Luz festival, bringing together arts and literary communities from both Chicago and .
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 21
Love this fantastic recap of our in Mexico City this year from and
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 20
“These people getting together is really an extraterrestrial thing. You erase these ideas of patriotism or nationalism or territories of language.” According to , is an out of this world event
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Chicago magazine Feb 20
Two thousand miles from home, the artists behind have built an audience for their Lit & Luz festival.
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 18
Mil gracias una vez mas a todos nuestros anfitriones, incluyendo , Museo UNAM Hoy, y el Centro Cultural Elena Garro, a todos nuestros participantes, y a . Nos vemos en Octubre en Chicago!
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 18
Con arte creada en pareja por: Eula Biss + Dalia Huerta Cano + + + Israel Martinez Michel Rodriguez Cintra + fue una noche increible!
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 18
Y finalmente (ahí les van varios tuits) nuestro show en , donde pudimos ver los resultados hermosos de colaboraciones internacionales, arte a través de una frontera
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 18
Una conversación entre dos ensayistas excepcionales, Eula Biss y Jazmina Barrera, en el Centro Cultural Elena Garro
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MAKE + Lit & Luz Feb 18
Una noche de San Valentin, no en un jardín encantado, gracias a la lluvia, sino en una casa hermosa, llena de poesía, risa, y música (y perros!)
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