A Chicago arts and culture magazine is raised from the dead

THE CHICAGOAN, which originally debuted during the Jazz Age and ceased print during the Great Depression, has been relaunched.

The magazine offers long-form journalism about the arts, culture, history and innovators of Chicago and the Midwest region.  Readers will find profiles, interviews, fiction, reviews and more.  Publisher and Editor-in-Chief J.C. Gabel hopes the resurrected title will nurture local, home-grown journalistic and literary talent.

Published biannually, the print magazine is available at independent bookstores, boutiques and 1920s-style pop-up newsstands around Chicago, or by ordering online, bypassing traditional magazine distributors.  The inaugural issue has a circulation of 5,000 copies.  No email contact is available.  For more information visit www.thechicagoanmedia.org.


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