MAKE Literary Productions, NFP
is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose purpose is to publish contemporary literary writing through the biannual print publication, MAKE: A Literary Magazine
, to stage readings and integrative arts events, and to educate through public forums on literature and writing and publishing workshops.
MAKE Literary Productions is partially supported by The MacArthur Funds for Arts & Culture at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, and DCASE, as well as the generous support of individual donors.
For general inquiries, please contact us at info @ makemag.com
MAKE: A Literary Magazine
Chicago is a storyteller’s city, and MAKE is the story’s magazine. Chock full of fiction, poetry, essays, art, and reviews MAKE is substantial in both feel and scope. MAKE expands on the Chicago tradition to entertain and to inform.
An annual publication, MAKE circulates 1,000 copies throughout the United States and Mexico. Find MAKE
in bookstores and making the rounds at special events, such as readings and festivals
. MAKE was founded in 2004 by Ramsin Canon, Sarah Dodson, and Mike Zapata.
These people currently make MAKE:
Webmaster, Johnathan Crawford
Creative Director, Joshua Hauth
MLP Co-directors, Sarah Dodson sarah at makemag.com and Joel Craig
Managing Editor, Chamandeep Bains / bainsc at makemag.com
Fiction Editor, Kamilah Foreman
Associate Fiction Editors, LC Fiore, Kerstin Schaars
Nonfiction Editor, Jessica Anne
Poetry Editor, Joel Craig
Portfolio Art Editor, Sarah Kramer
Reviews Editor, Mark Molloy / reviews @ makemag.com
Intercambio Prose Editor, Brenda Lozano
Intercambio Poetry Editor, Daniel Borzutzky
Latin American Art Portfolio Editor, Alejandro Almanza Pereda
Contributing Editors, Kyle Beachy, Steffi Drewes, Katie Geha, Kathleen Rooney
Proofreader/ Copy Editor, Sarah Kramer
Online Interviewers, Alessandra Stamper, Micah McCrary, Abraham Levitan
The Review Review review of issue #11
Newpages.com review of issue 10 – At Play
Newpages.com review of issue 8 – This Everyday
Newpages.com review of issue 4 – Sister Cities: The International Issue
Newpages.com review of issue 1 – The inaugural
Review of issue 9 on Fluid / Exchange by Steve Halle
MAKE in the Chicago Tribune!
A Magazine on the MAKE by Courtney Crowder
March, 2013, Radio interview by Cheryl Fusco Johnson on KRUU, The Voice of Fairfield, IA
“Sarah Dodson, Executive Director of MAKE Literary Productions, reveals the backstory behind the 2004 founding of MAKE: A Literary Magazine. She also discusses how Make, which she cofounded with writing friends, forges connections among writers and artists spread across the globe. Containing work from writers in the U.S., Mexico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic, the latest issue, Exchange/Intercambio, features work translated from Spanish to English and others translated from English to Spanish. Join us for an fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of a literary journal and the minds of the volunteers whose devotion keeps it relevant and fresh. Sarah and other MAKE writers will be in Iowa City next week for the Mission Creek Festival.”
March, 2010, MAKE co-founder, 848 contributor and Gapersblock.com political columnist Ramsin Canon stopped by the WBEZ studios to talk MAKE with Allison Cuddy.
A while back, we were on The Lit Show
. Listen up.
Where to find/support/subscribe to MAKE
MAKE is available at numerous bookstores throughout Chicago, as well as the US.
MAKE is distributed through Ubiquity Inc.
and Ingram Periodicals
To order a subscription for your library, contact SWETS
MAKE is available anywhere, anytime, online
Your subscriptions and tax-deductible financial support are immensely appreciated and keep us in action.
MAKE Literary Productions, NFP
2822 W. Dickens #3
Chicago, IL 60647
info and the rest
(info at makemag.com)
Interested in writing reviews?
Submit your contact information and samples of your previous work to the Reviews Editor
I submit that literature is made upon any occasion that a challenge is put to the legal apparatus by conscience in touch with humanity. Now we all know.
Chicago: City on the Make