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Domingos en Vocalo hosts chat with three participants featured at this year’s Lit & Luz Festival – happening this week!

The Fest’s assistant managing director chatted with Nudia about what attendees can expect this year.

Atonio Díaz Oliva is a writer and bilingual professor from Chile, and the author of new novel ‘Campus.’ This is what his Chicago sounds like.

Luis Tubens is a poet and Pilsen Mural Historian. This is what his Chicago sounds like.

Robin Reid Drake spoke to artist Diana Solís for Vocalo’s Storytelling Workshop; read up about her work and upcoming photo book.

Poet, playwright and performer Kimberly Dixon-Mays writes stories about psychic survival.

Nabil Ayers explores family, identity and community in new memoir ‘My Life In The Sunshine’…

Leading up to his new album, we’re revisiting Helado Negro’s 2019 conversation with Ayana Contreras.

Jill Hopkins virtually sat down with Luvvie to talk about her new book, tackling our fears and how we can thrive in leisure.

Chicago-based Corbett vs. Dempsey Gallery highlights the literary legacy of Sun Ra with new installation.