Friday, November 28, 2008

All sorts of reasons to celebrate all that is the Time Out Chicago.

In a wonderful confluence of visionary, and dare we say, daring Time Out Chicago literary love, there are not one but two book-related highlights related to Time Out Chicago this week that we wanted to share with you. First, a most excellent review of BFF Tim Hall's new joint Full of It, many congratulations sir, and second, a sweet write-up on Jason Pettus and CCLaP's efforts to launch its electronic Radiohead-style publishing arm with the release of Repetition Patterns by TBWCYL, Inc. spokesperson Ben Tanzer. Cool stuff all around and big props to Time Out for its support of the local independent literary scene. Many thanks.

1 comment:

Tim Hall said...

It was indeed a confluential alignment of astro-historic proportions. Yay us!