On Friday, December 5, make/shift magazine will be making a Chicago appearance. On hand will be co-editors and co-publishers Jessica Hoffman (also a Bilerico contributor) and Daria Yudacufski, to discuss this amazing independent production (get a subscription, give a lot of subscriptions this season). There's also to be a panel of Chicago contributors, including yours truly. I'll be discussing my book project Feeling Bad, Feeling Groovy: How Our Emotions Became Our Identities and Taught Us to Love Inequality for the first time in public. As opposed to muttering about it in alleyways and living rooms, which (it feels like) I've been doing for the past many months. Joining me are distinguished Chicago authors Keidra Chaney, Lisa Factora-Borchers, Lewis Wallace, and Chelsey Clammer.
More after the jump.