This week’s segment of “This Is What Chicago Sounds Like” follows a poet dedicated to breaking the chains of trauma.
Rocío Santos de Domingos en Vocalo conversó con la poeta, novelista y activista política Gioconda Belli, una de las poetas homenajeadas en la última edición de Poesía en abril.
The new Laureate program celebrates and honors the contributions of the city to the literary arts, as well as its working artists.
J. Ivy took home the gold at the Grammys this year in a new category, which he helped to advocate for.
Vocalo intern Joshua X. Miller reviews Viola Davis’ memoir, “Finding Me.”
Nina Sánchez works to make a change in her community through teaching and forging creativity.
Chicago-based writer, podcaster and musican Daro Santiago talks finding his voice, overcoming adversity and a new project on the horizon.
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.