Chicago Tribune Unveils Printers Row

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Bookworms and literary enthusiasts have reason to rejoice: the Chicago Tribune today unveiled Printers Row, a new membership-driven literary offering for those seeking richer coverage of book reviews, authors, discussions and original stories—all in celebration of the written word. Printers Row is a book lover’s dream, offering its members a wellspring of literary news, insights and perks. Members receive the Printers Row Journal, a 24-page weekly supplement with in-depth interviews, author profiles, book reviews and special reports on Chicago and Midwest writers.  Each weekly journal is accompanied by a bonus booklet of original fiction.  In addition, membership in Printers Row provides exclusive benefits including VIP access to authors during live events, as well as members-only forums and online discussions.

To learn more about this exciting new offering, visit chicagotribune.com/features/printersrow

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