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American Writers Museum

City of Writers

​The story of literary Chicago is one of overlapping communities: ​avant-garde, intellectuals, journalists, activists, artists, and migrants from places near and far. The city's many newspapers, magazines, and literary journals have offered experience and exposure for aspiring writers. Programs at local libraries, bookstores, and cafes have connected writers with the reading public.

  • 1.

    Chicago Bee Branch Library

    Chicago Bee Branch Library

    1996-Present Day

  • 2.

    THE SECOND CITY

    THE SECOND CITY

    1959-Present Day

  • 3.

    Green Mill Cocktail Lounge

    Green Mill Cocktail Lounge

    1907-Present Day

  • 4.

    Third World Press

    Third World Press

    1967-Present Day

  • 5.

    University of Chicago Press

    University of Chicago Press

    1891-Present Day

  • 6.

    Hull House Theatre

    Hull House Theatre

    1889-2012

  • 7.

    Dill Pickle Club

    Dill Pickle Club

    1914~1935

  • 8.

    Johnson Publishing Company

    Johnson Publishing Company

    1942-2016

  • 9.

    Chicago Tribune

    Chicago Tribune

    1847-Present Day

  • 10.

    NBC Studios At Merchandise Mart

    NBC Studios At Merchandise Mart

    1930-1989

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