Elisa Shoenberger

Elisa Shoenberger is a writer in Chicago. She has been published in the Boston Globe, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Current Affairs, and many others. She also has written about books for Broad Street Review, Earth Island Journal, Speculative City, and others. She is also the co-founder and co-editor of The Antelope, a journal of oral history and mayhem. You can check out her work here.

Interview with Liz Suburbia of CYANIDE MILKSHAKE

Toxic is Oxford English Dictionary’s 2018 Word of the Year

Oxford English Dictionary announced that "Toxic" is the 2018 Word of the Year. The number one word combination was "Toxic Chemical."

15 Pithy Kurt Vonnegut Quotes To Get You Through The End Of 2018

Book Fetish: Volume 329

Bookish goodies for your literary life.

Interview with Greg Pak of THE PRINCESS WHO SAVED HER FRIENDS

Interview with comic writer Greg Pak to discuss The Princess Who Saved Her Friends, the sequel to the Princess Who Saved Herself

Literary Tourism: Chicago, Take 3

A guide of Chicago's literary sites including popular places for famous Chicago authors, great libraries, bookshops, and wonderful literary events.

10 Engaging Novels about World War II

A ist of ten novels about World War II covering the US, Western Europe, and China.

Snuggle Up With These Nine Fiction Books about Our Pets

5 Books about Philanthropy That You Should Check Out

20 of the Best Comic Book Artists Working Right Now

A list of the top twenty comic book artists who are creating comic book art right now from superhero comics to small press graphic novels