Monday, November 15, 2010

Revolving Door Reading Series

Join us on Wednesday, 17 November!

Words! Music! Art! Drink Specials! FathomDJ!

Open Mic @ 7:30PM

Features @ 8PM

Randi Black is a recent alum of the graduate writing program at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. With three novels under her belt, she will soon enter library school at Dominican University. The original draft of Randi Black’s first novel, Miss World, was way too long - we're talking over 500 pages long - but it spawned a 1990s trilogy of novels drenched in the messy dregs of punk rock.

Diana Pando is a multi-genre writer from the south side of Chicago. Diana likes to flex her writing and advocacy skills to support the arts and nonprofits impacting Latina women and girls in under served communities. She is a founder of the Proyecto Latina Reading Series and webzine ( Along with the Proyecto Latina team she brings Latinas in the arts together once a month to tell their stories and supports their creative efforts by providing a safe space where they can share and express their creativity. Diana’s kryptonite includes: Writing Cupcakes, military history, coffee, and cumbias. Contact: or Twitter@dianapando