Chicago Tribune's Printers Row: Interviews, Reviews and Features 2012 is a collection of interviews with authors, reviews of the year's best books, and fascinating features published in the Chicago Tribune's weekly Printers Row literary supplement. Early in 2012, the Chicago Tribune launched its qPrinters Rowq membership program for those who love books, authors, and conversations about the ideas they generate. The centerpiece is a weekly journal that includes author profiles, book reviews, and Printers Row Fiction in a separate booklet. Chicago Tribune's Printers Row: Interviews, Reviews and Features 2012 is composed of engaging, entertaining, and enlightening profiles, book reviews, as well as extended author interviews and features.aIfyoua#39;re reading the same thing your friend is reading, you should be ableto converse right there, rather than pushingit out to athird party and then talking about it. ... for its Missing Manual series a for example, aWindows 7: The Missing Manuala and aGoogle Apps: The Missing Manual. ... love a reader app that would share some of the cooler sports books people have read on their Kindle or Nook or iPad.
|Title||:||The Best of Printers Row, Volume One|
|Author||:||Chicago Tribune Staff|
|Publisher||:||Agate Publishing - 2014-01-02|