Untitled by Matt Maldre
From their website:
bq. The Chicago Underground Library is a project that aims to create a location-specific archive of self- and small press-published works from the Chicago area. Through a searchable online archive and a physical space, it will open new opportunities for research, inspiration, and collaboration among those in and outside of the publishing community. By putting fiction, critical journals, zines, poetry, comics, political pamphlets, and art books side by side, CUL hopes to bridge the gaps resultant from stratification along the lines of content, production value, and commercial viability.
CUL is moved 2129 N. Rockwell on November 9th. Regular hours resume Saturday November 15th, 1-5pm. Oh, and we’re getting a new website soon, too!
I’m hoping they have some zines that are specifically about Chicago. I love reading comics that are about Chicago.over 4 years ago