Join Chicago Tribune columnist John Warner (The Biblioracle) along with his friend and co-host Kevin Guilfoile on Thursday, May 28th at 6:30 PM CST.
Join them for a night of questions, answers, questionable answers, other fun stuff, and of course recommendations on what you should read next, based on the last five books you've read.
** For those of you that weren't able to attend the event because we hit the 100 person meeting capacity --> watch the recording of the event here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wjHJztZMVY **
Since 2012, John Warner has been writing a column on books and reading for the Chicago Tribune, and each week telling what people should read next, based on the most recent five books they’ve read.
He’ll be demonstrating this trick live via Zoom, aided by his good friend, Chicago novelist and screenwriter, Kevin Guilfoile. If you’d like to join the queue for a book recommendation, send a list of your five most recent reads along with your first name and last initial to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to put “Biblioracle Live” in the subject line, and most importantly, don’t forget to tune in live to the event online.
Please send any other questions you might have for John to the same address with the same subject line. He’ll also be taking requests live, but sending ahead of time increases your odds of being selected.
Or not. Who knows? We’ve never done this before, but it should be fun.
In addition to writing weekly as The Biblioracle for the Chicago Tribune, John Warner is the author of seven books of fiction, non-fiction, and humor, including most recently Why They Can’t Write: Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay and Other Necessities, and The Writer’s Practice: Building Confidence in Your Nonfiction Writing. He has twenty years of college teaching experience and writes about issues around teaching writing and academic labor for Inside Higher Ed. A native of the Chicago area, John currently lives in the Charleston, SC area, and works as senior analyst and communication strategist for Willow Research of Chicago.
For more than 15 years, Kevin Guilfoile is the bestselling author of the novels Cast of Shadows and The Thousand, as well as the memoir A Drive Into the Gap [https://fieldnotesbrand.com/products/drive]. He is also the co-screenwriter of the award-winning comedy Chasing the Blues. In previous careers he was an Emmy-winning copywriter, a member of the Houston Astros front office, and a domestic servant.
Guilfoile and Warner have hosted and served as commentators for the annual online event The Morning News Tournament of Books and they are the co-authors of the #1 bestselling My First Presidentiary: A Scrapbook of George W. Bush, which feels like it was published several lifetimes ago.