Live-Lit Roundup for the week of March 14th, 2016

Is This A Thing? (c) 2016

Tonight

Is This A Thing? presents “Lost in Translation” at O’Shaughnessy’s Pub (4557 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60640) tonight at 7pm. Featured performers include Rebecca Duxler, Suzy Weinberg, and Ines BellinaJake Cowan hosts.
// Free and open to the public // 21+ // 

Tuesday

WRITE CLUB Chicago presents “Primary, Mary Quite Contrary” tomorrow night at 7pm at The Hideout Inn (1354 W Wabansia Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60642); featured performers include Samantha Bailey of the hit web series, You’re So Talented, and Brooke Allen// $10 at the door (ATM on premises) // 21+ // 

Come out to the Poetry Foundation (61 W Superior St, Chicago, Illinois 60654) tomorrow night at 7pm for the March installment of The Open Door ReadingsSally Alatalo and Calvin Forbes will perform with their students Vida Cross and Caroline McCraw.
// Free and open to the public // 17+ // 

Story Club South Side is back at the Co-Prosperity Sphere (3219 S Morgan St, Chicago, Illinois 60608) tomorrow night at 8pm! Featured performers include poet, James Gordon, and scholar/activist, Joy Ellison// Free and open to the public // 21+ // BYOB // 

Thursday

The amazing Amber Tamblyn will read from her stunning new poetry collection, Dark Sparkler, at the March installment of Poetry off the Shelf at the Poetry Foundation (61 W Superior St, Chicago, Illinois 60654); Hannah Gamble will host a special Q&A following the reading. Space is limited// Free and open to the public // 17+ // 

Saturday

Old School/New School will feature Susan O’Halloran and Nestor Gomez going head-to-head. The event will take place at Mrs. Murphy & Sons Irish Bistro (3905 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60613) Saturday night at 8pm//$15 admission // 21+ // 

Sunday

The Marrow is back at The Whistler (2421 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60647) this Sunday at 6pm. Join hosts Naomi Huffman and Leah Pickett in welcoming featured readers Shay DeGrandisGabe LiebowitzGretchen Kalwinski, and A-J Aronstein.
// Free and open to the public // 21+ // 

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