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CCLaP Journal #4

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Issue #4 of the CCLaP Journal, published by the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography, features a long-form interview with author Cory Doctorow; our annual "Year In Books" best-of roundup; new original fiction by Matt Rowan, Jason R. Riley, and Sally Weigel; photography features of Alessandro Passerini, Bryan M. Ferguson, Heather Killion, and WolfWendy; new reviews ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published February 10th 2014 by Chicago Center for Literature and Photography
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Jason Pettus
Feb 08, 2014 Jason Pettus rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Issue #4 of my art center's monthly magazine is just about to be released, and with a big change in place -- now that we're with the Lightning Source printing plant, we're going to be selling our magazine as a 200-page full-color paperback book every month, and which even better will only cost people $9.99. This is essentially a collection of all the material that first ran at our blog the previous month, which for those here at Goodreads who don't know includes a lot more stuff besides our book ...more
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