After Hours literary journal, Chicago

After Hours Press

Launched in June 2000, After Hours is a semi-annual literary magazine publishing poetry, fiction, art, and photography from Chicago-area writers and artists such as Stuart Dybek, Marc Smith, Barry Silesky, Mark Turcotte, Rane Arroyo, David Hernandez, Nina Corwin, Tara Betts, Marty McConnell, Quraysh Ali Lansana, Norbert Blei, Mike Puican, Billy Lombardo, Donald G. Evans, Carlos Cumpian, Haki R. Madhubuti and so many more.

In 2014, After Hours Press began publishing full length books as well as the semi-annual journal.

In 2022, After Hours Press has partnered with the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame and Third World Press to publish a definitve new book of poetry:

Wherever I'm At: An Anthology of Chicago Poetry

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Current Issue $12.00

Wherever I'm At: An Anthology of Chicago Poetry (published in partnership with the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame), $25.00

Dancing A Dizzy Holiliness, by Larry Janowski, $15.00

when word and image run away, the selected poems of Mary Blinn, $15.00

The Professor's Quarters, essays by students of Norbert Blei and their experience of his class at The Clearing Folk School, $15.00

Subscription, One Year, $20.00

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