Al DeGenova and After Hours Press

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After Hours literary magazine

After Hours literary magazine

Al DeGenova, co-founder of After Hours Press, joins Rick Kogan to talk about the press and its semi-annual literary magazine. 

The literary magazine After Hours,  unveiled in June, 2000, hopes to create a forum, a showcase and gallery for the voices and visions of Chicago poets, fiction writers, artists, and photographers. For all of us who live it, feel it, see it … there is a Chicago voice, there is a Chicago School of literature and art, and a decade later, the magazine looks to continue that mission.

Click here to learn more about the Press and listen to the interview below.

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