Dan Campion

Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse No. 43

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Journal, Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse No. 43
Date: 
2003-2004
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43
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Founded 24 years ago by John Mella under the name Light Quarterly, Light is America’s oldest and best-known journal of light verse. [The producers] ar eproud to be building on John’s mission to “restore humor, clarity, and pleasure to the reading of poems” by publishing some of the wittiest poets around. (from http://lightpoetrymagazine.com).
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English
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Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse (Autumn 2003)

Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse (spring/summer 2002)

Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse (Winter 2001-2002)

After Hours No. 32-33

Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse (Spring/Summer 2004)

Location

PO Box 7500
60680 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Journal, Light A Quarterly of Light Verse
Date: 
2004
Edition: 
Spring/Summer
Issue: 
44-45
Abstract: 
A quarterly of short, light poetry
Language: 
English
ISSN/ISBN: 
10648186
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Item Donor: 
Chicago Publishers Gallery

Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse (autumn 2004)

Location

PO Box 7500
60680 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Journal, Light
Date: 
Autumn 2004
Issue: 
46
Abstract: 
An independently published quarterly journal of poetry and short essays. Featured artist Philip Appleman
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English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
10648186
Item Donor: 
Chicago Publishers Gallery

After Hours No. 25

Location

United States
41° 53' 42.4644" N, 87° 47' 51.7092" W
US
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Journal, After Hours No. 25
Date: 
Summer 2012
Issue: 
25
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After Hours says on the cover that it is a journal of Chicago writing and art. It is published twice a year and is composed of poetry, prose and photography.
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English.
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After Hours No. 1

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Journal, After Hours No. 1
Date: 
Summer 2000
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
In our logo we have called ourselves "a journal of Chicago writing and art." The Chicago school of literature is very much like the people, the politicians, the style, the neighborhoods of the city that inspires an artistic vice that is unpretentious, aware of the realities and inequalities of materialism yet sentimental in a streetwise-front-stoop-backyard sort of way. So often Chicago is thought of as unrefined or unsophisticated ... a city of big-shouldered thugs, scandal, dirty alleys ad factory workers. But what Chicago lacks in polish, it makes up for in honesty. Chicago writers pull no punches. Chicago writers find a beauty in big-shouldered thugs, scandal, dirty alleys ad factory workers. *
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English.
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*taken from the intro.
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After Hours: A journal of Chicago writing and art

Date: 
Summer 2000
Issue: 
Premiere Issue
Abstract: 
There is no question of the strength of the writing that has come from this city-Algren, Castillo, Brooks, Bellow, Farrell; Sandburg, etc. etc. But there was no journal striving to showcase that Chicago style of writing-a style that is so often shunned or misunderstood. So here it is...After Hours...a showcase of Chicago writers and artists. -taken from issue.
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