It’s… Saturday? Oops, somebody is a sick intern and didn’t get this out there yesterday!  I know, I know, you were waiting by your computer all day to find out where the story’s at this week. Here you go!

Monday – 10/15 – Things are about to get weird, Chicago.  Post-Modernist weird.  But I know you like that, so hop on the Blue Line and get thyself to Oak Park to see Mark Z. Danielewski read from his new novel, The Fifty Year Sword, at the beautiful Frank Lloyd Wright designed Unity Temple, $10.  7pm.

Tuesday 10/16 -Love conformity? What about singular thinking? No?  Then definitely don’t read The Book Thief by Markus Zusack, the Chicago Library’s choice for this Fall’s One Book, One Chicago. The event will focus on a discussion about social injustice with Paul Rusesabagina (An Ordinary Man).  It’s Free, starts at 6 pm and is taking place downtown at the Harold Washington Library Auditorium.

Thursday 10/18 – Afraid of going new places?  Don’t worry, the downtown library has got you covered, again, you adorably shy little writer/reader.  Head back over for some good ol’ fashioned reading and watch the very talented Don DeLillo read from his new book The Angel Esmerelda, Harold Washington Library, free.  6pm.

As always, have a super week readers!