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Printers' Ball: What's New and What's Next in Chicago Independent Print

Featuring Chicago Review fiction editor, Paul Durica, tracing the intersection of people, place, and print during the rise of literary culture in 1890's Chicago.

This event took place as part of the 2009 Printers' Ball.  The Printers' Ball, founded by Poetry magazine with Chicago literary organizations, is an annual celebration of print culture, featuring thousands of free magazines, books, and broadsides; live readings and music; letterpress, offset, and paper-making demonstrations; and much more.

Recorded Thursday, July 30, 2009 at Marwen

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