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  • A Children's Book for Adults

    Tony Millionaire's scary, magical new graphic novel
  • City on the Page

    An innovative deal between Columbia College and a fine-art publisher gets the work of Chicago photographers into book form.
  • Mixed Mediums

    A collection of short stories highlights the creative charge writers get when they mine music for inspiration.
  • Teen Angst, Straight Up

    Ariel Schrag didn't survive the Holocaust or flee the Ayatollah, but her comics find meaning all the same.
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  • The Stylist's Stylist

    Meet the anonymous editor who plays Miss Manners to the blue-pencil set.
  • The Bounce Remains the Same

    Nik Cohn tried to influence New Orleans rap but all he got was this lousy nickname.
  • Off the Record

    What the editors of the new Encyclopeadia of Chicago managed to leave out of their seven-pound tome.
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  • The Political Arena

    Lefty sportswriter Dave Zirin argues for sports as a force for social change.
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  • Something About Mary

    The beloved classic "Cheaper by the Dozen" harbors a mystery, but only the most attentive readers ever seem to notice.