The CCLaP Weekender for July 3rd is here!

CCLaP Weekender for July 3, 2015

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for the newest issue of the Pushcart-Prize-nominated CCLaP Weekender! This week’s issue features a new original piece of fiction by Jim Wrona; a photography feature by Gioia Zloczower; and a look at the next seven days of literary events happening all across the city. The PDF is completely free to download, using the links below, or can be viewed online in its “flippable” form at (or just use the embedded version above, if your particular device is able to display it).
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Jason Pettus is the owner of CCLaP, and a former novelist, slam poet and travel writer. During the day he is a front-end software developer within the Chicago tech startup community. Goodreads | LibraryThing | Twitter | Instagram | Letterboxd