Who We Are

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About

The Chicago Review of Books is dedicated to making the literary conversation more inclusive by covering diverse genres, presses, voices, and mediums; shining a light on Chicago’s literary scene; and serving as a forum for literature in the Midwest.

Our sister publication Arcturus publishes original fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. In partnership with Yale Climate Connections, we cover the latest trends in climate fiction via Amy Brady’s monthly “Burning Worlds” column.

Our logo was designed by Chicago’s own Tiny Bold Creative from a concept by Erin Morgan. The owl’s name is Gwen.

Want to help us continue our mission? Consider supporting the Chicago Review of Books as a member, patron, or sponsor. Each option comes with its own perks.


Contact

We’re located in the Literacenter in downtown Chicago, beneath the El tracks at:

Chicago Review of Books
c/o The Literacenter
641 W. Lake St
Suite 200
Chicago, IL 60661

Email us at chireviewofbooks (at) gmail (dot) com.


Masthead

Editorial Staff
Adam MorganEditor-in-Chief
Kristen RaddatzExecutive Editor
Amy BradySenior Editor & Burning Worlds Columnist
Ruben QuesadaContributing Editor & Dear Poetry Editor Columnist

Contributing Writers
Devi Bhaduri
Sarah Blake
Bradley Babendir
Aaron Coats
Sara Cutaia
Christopher Doyle
Michael Fournier
Amy Giacalone
Yasmin Gunaratnam
Dana Hansen
Sarah Huener
Rachel Léon
Dean Jobb
Greer Macallister
Timothy Moore
Aram Mrjoian
Eliot Peper
Lori Rader-Day
Rabeea Saleem
Bradley Sides
Neyat Yohannes
Greg Zimmerman


Patrons

The Chicago Review of Books could not exist without the financial support of these individuals. Interested in becoming a patron? Click here.

Dean Jobb  (Author of Empire of Deception)


Partners

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