Jonathan Messinger

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'''Jonathan Messinger''' is a [[writer]] living in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
'''Jonathan Messinger''' is a [[writer]] living in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
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He was the editor of [[THISisGRAND]], a web magazine chronicling true stories on Chicago's public transit, and the books editor for ''Time Out Chicago''.He has toured extensively in Canada and the United States, and is the creator and host of [[The Dollar Store Reading Series]], a successful monthly show that has been lauded in every major print media outlet in Chicago and has sold out for two years running. His fiction has appeared in major and alternative outlets across the country, including [[Other Voices]] and [[McSweeney's]].
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He has contributed his fiction writing to the zine [[McSweeney's]], among many other major and alternative publications. He was the editor of [[THISisGRAND]], a web magazine chronicling true stories on Chicago's public transit, and the books editor for ''Time Out Chicago''. He has toured extensively in Canada and the United States, and is the creator and host of [[The Dollar Store Reading Series]], a successful monthly show that has been lauded in every major print media outlet in Chicago and has sold out for two years running.
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Jonathan Messinger is a writer living in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

He has contributed his fiction writing to the zine McSweeney's, among many other major and alternative publications. He was the editor of THISisGRAND, a web magazine chronicling true stories on Chicago's public transit, and the books editor for Time Out Chicago. He has toured extensively in Canada and the United States, and is the creator and host of The Dollar Store Reading Series, a successful monthly show that has been lauded in every major print media outlet in Chicago and has sold out for two years running.

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