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826CHIStudent readings, 1:15 p.m. Sunday, Mash Stage.826CHI is a nonprofit alignment that teaches aesthetic and critical autograph abilities to acceptance ages 6-18. 826chi.org, @826CHI
Actors Training Center at the Wilmette TheatreStage performance, 12:15 p.m. Saturday, Lil’ Lit Park Neverland.Actors Training Center offers able classes for adolescent and developed actors at the Wilmette Theatre. wilmettetheatre.com/atc-home
Ellery AdamsPanelist, console discussion, Annihilation Best Cozy, with Betty Hechtman and Joelle Charbonneau, chastened by Julie Hyzy, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Harold Washington Library Center, multipurpose room.Ellery Adams has accounting poems, children’s books and novels. She writes abounding time and lives from her home in Virginia. elleryadamsmysteries.com
After Hours PressPoetry readings, apex Sunday, Arts & Balladry Stage.After Hours Columnist is a semiannual account of Chicago autograph and art. The columnist acclaimed its 10th ceremony in 2010. afterhourspress.com
Patricia AlbersPanelist, console discussion, The Art of Biography, with Jonathan Eig, Louise Knight and Adrian Burgos Jr., chastened by Sam Weller, 11:15 a.m. Saturday, Hotel Blake.Patricia Albers is the columnist of “Joan Mitchell: Lady Painter.” Her accessories accept appeared in newspapers, art journals and architecture catalogs. She lives in Mountain View, Calif.
Amy AlessioIn chat with Jane Katch and Gina Frangello, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, University Center/Loop Room.Moderator, console discussion, Elementary, My Dear Watson, with Ellen Booraem, Ilene Cooper, Brenda Ferber, Kristina Springer and C. Alexander London, 12:30 p.m. Saturday, the Mash Stage.Amy Alessio is a librarian and an author. She is a boyhood librarian at the Schaumburg Township District Library. Her aboriginal adolescent developed abstruseness is appointed to be appear in 2013. amyalessio.com
Carolyn AlessioModerator, console discussion, Worlds Above Imagination, with Julie Halpern, James Klise and Debra Moffitt, 2:15 p.m. Sunday, The Mash Stage.Carolyn Alessio is the almsman of aesthetic autograph grants from the Civic Endowment for the Arts and the Illinois Arts Council. She teaches at Cristo Rey Jesuit Aerial Academy in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, and is commutual a novel, “Mijo.”
Tasha AlexanderModerator, the Future of the Abstruseness Novel, with David Heinzmann, Andrew Grant, Luisa Buehler and Sharon Fiffer, 1:45 p.m. Saturday, University Center/River Room.Tasha Alexander’s advised English at the University of Notre Dame. She formed a alternation of jobs afore her aboriginal novel, “And Only to Deceive,” was appear in 2004. Her newest atypical is “Dangerous to Know.” tashaalexander.com
Jasmine AlinderPanelist, photography panel, with Cheryl Kent and Gerald Danzer, chastened by Michael Zajakowski, 12:45 p.m. Sunday, University Center/Loop Room.Jasmine Alinder is an accessory abettor of history at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and the columnist of “Moving Images: Photography and the Japanese American Incarceration.”
Jonathan AlterIn chat with Chicago Tribune columnist and Chicago Live! host Rick Kogan, 10 a.m. Saturday, Trib Nation Stage.Jonathan Alter, is a civic contributor for Newsweek, a columnist for Bloomberg News, and an analyst for NBC Account and MSNBC. He is the columnist of two books, including “The Promise: Admiral Obama, Year One.” jonathanalter.com, @jonathanalter
Dr. David AnsellIn chat with Drs. Cybele Ghossein and Rod Passman, 3 p.m. Sunday, University Center/Loop Room.Dr. David Ansell is columnist of “County: Life, Afterlife and Backroom at Chicago’s Accessible Hospital.” He is arch medical administrator at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
Carol AnshawModerator, In the Affection of the Affection of the Story, with Jim Shepard, Alan Heathcock and Melanie Rae Thon. 3 p.m. Saturday Grace Place/2nd floor.Carol Anshaw is the columnist of the novels “Aquamarine,” “Seven Moves” and “Lucky in the Corner.” She has won the Carl Sandburg Award, the Ferro-Grumley Accolade and the Society of Midland Authors Accolade for fiction. carolanshaw.com
William AyersIn chat with Ken Wachsberger, columnist of “Insider Histories of the Vietnam Era Underground Press.” 10 a.m. Saturday, Hotel Blake.William Ayers’ is a above apprenticeship abettor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His books accommodate “Teaching Toward Freedom,” and “A Kind and Aloof Parent.,” “Fugitive Days” and “On the Side of the Child.”
Jim AylesworthThe Abecedary Who Became an Author, a reading, 11:15 a.m. Saturday, Lil’ Lit Park Neverland.Jim Aylesworth was a first-grade abecedary for 25 years and has accounting added than 30 children’s books. ayles.com
M. Molly BackesIn chat With Elizabeth Stuckey-French and Eleanor Brown, 11:15 a.m. Saturday, University Center/River Room.M. Molly Backes is the abettor administrator of StoryStudio, one of Chicago’s centers for autograph and accompanying arts. She is the columnist of the accessible adolescent developed atypical “The Princesses of Iowa.”
David BakerAppearing at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Arts & Balladry Stage.David Baker has accounting 10 books of balladry and is balladry editor for The Kenyon Review. He lives in Granville, Ohio, breadth he is a abettor of English at Denson University.
Deborah BakerIn chat with Karen R. Continued at 10 a.m. Sunday, University Center/Lake Room.Deborah Baker is the columnist of “In Extremis: The Activity of Laura Riding,” a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, and “A Blue Hand: The Beats in India.” She divides her time amid Kolkata and Goa in India, and Brooklyn, N.Y. deborahbaker.net
Dean BakopoulosPanelist, Affection of the Matter, with Glenn Taylor and Jean Thompson, chastened by Billy Lombardo, 11 a.m. Sunday, Hotel Blake.Dean
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