2nd Story at Revolution Brewery

Join us in the Brewer’s Lounge at Revolution Brewery for an evening of our some of our favorite stories, by some of our favorite tellers, about one of our favorite subjects: Family.  Darwyn Jones will spin a tale about truth and lies in the family dynamic, Margaret Marion will share her story about sisterly love (and competition), and CP Chang will meditate on the search for faith and religion in a relationship.  All that story greatness against a backdrop of two hours of tasting of Revolution’s signature beers and tasty food.  How can you resist?

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The Storytellers

CP Chang

CP Chang

CP Chang is a writer and software consultant who has been drawn back to Chicago after having moved away from the city three different times in his adult life. There are always greener pastures elsewhere, but Chicago beckons him back. His fiction and poetry have appeared in Hair Trigger, artisan, Upstairs at Duroc (via the Paris Writers Workshop), Atlanta Review, on Nerve.com, on wordriot.org, and in the anthologies My Angels and Demons at War, Open to Interpretation, and Chicago: An Immigrant City. He was an Associate Producer for Elephant Rock Productions, which produced a series of educational videos on the art and business of writing. CP Chang received his M.F.A. in Fiction Writing from Columbia College of Chicago.

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Darwyn Jones

Darwyn Jones' fiction has appeared in Windy City TimesHair Trigger, and the anthologies SIN and Grimm and Grimmer. He is a company member of 2nd Story and a seasoned storyteller, performing with such series as Reading Under the Influence, Story Sessions, and You're Being Ridiculous. He has also written for Chicago's entertainment website metromix.com and the Not For Tourists Guidebook to Chicago.

Margaret Marion

Margaret Marion

Formerly a high school poetry-club president, Margaret debuted with 2nd Story at the "All in the Family Show" the day before Thanksgiving, 2011. She is currently a social work student at the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration, and a youth worker at Gary Comer Youth Center.

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