Printer’s Row will be even cooler today, I promise

Yesterday saw all kinds of coolness at Printer’s Row Lit Fest, with GOOSEBUMPS creator R.L. Stein and THE MISSING author Cynthia Pelayo both appearing and speaking at different engagements within the event, but today will be even cooler. Yesterday topped out at 92 degrees, and believe me, you could feel every single one of them, but today it’s only going to be 68. Cooler than that, and we’d be skipping summer right over for fall.

Perfect Storm

Remember George Clooney in this one?

Some of today’s highlights include a conversation with Chicago Tribune columnists Mary Schmich and Eric Zorn, WGN radio host Rick Kogan’s ticketed interview with THE PERFECT STORM author Sebastian Junger, cooking demos from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the food and dining stage, and stories, music, and activities at Lil’ Lit Park to keep the kids smiling all day long. That’s a lot of fun packed into a single day … and admission to the Printer’s Row Lit Fest is exactly zero dollars. Nice!

And don’t forget … I’ll be at the Post Mortem Press table, signing copies of my novels, THE BLACKENING OF FLESH and LOSING TOUCH, and popular anthologies like the steampunk-inspired THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, SHRIEKS AND SHIVERS, and the flash-filled 44 LIES BY 22 LIARS. But here’s a truth you can bring to the bank: it’s Sunday at Printer’s Row Lit Fest. You still get more than 130 exhibitors and vendors. Just 20 degrees cooler.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of the novels LOSING TOUCH and THE BLACKENING OF FLESHnow available from Post Mortem Press.
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