Monday, January 14, 2019

One Book One Chicago

I wrote a guest blog post for  the Chicago Dads Group about the amazing plethora of presentations that the Chicago Public Library Foundation has scheduled this year in support of the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep.

The project, called One Book, One Chicago, asks an essential question:  What if all of Chicago read the same book at the same time?  They have chosen the book, and the book and its themes are being discussed and thought about by over  84 different presentations between now and April, including book discussions, art making sessions, lectures, walking tours, game nights, and a whole lot more.

To find out more, and to find out about some of the presentations that I think are going to rock, read the article over at the Chicago Dad's Group blog.  (And if you are a dad, and don't know about the group, get with it!  It's a great group of guys who take their occupation of being a parent seriously, and it's part of a national movement of dad's bonding together that I am proud to be a part of.

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