Oct 10th 2021

For Chicago novelist and creative writing professor Kyle Beachy (The Slide), skateboarding isn’t just a fun pastime he picked up as a kid. It’s also a way to understand and write about his life—from growing older to navigating marriage. In his essay collection The Most Fun Thing, Beachy delves into what skateboarding means to him and its place in contemporary American life. Join Beachy and filmmaker Bing Liu (Minding the Gap) at CHF for a conversation about the increasingly popular sport, the lessons skateboarding can teach us, and what it means to continue practicing a childhood passion.

  • The Chicago Humanities Festival is pleased to partner with the Seminary Co-op Bookstores, a Chicago not-for-profit bookstore whose mission is bookselling. Pre-order your copy of The Most Fun Thing through the CHF Box Office and save 20%. Add books to your cart when adding tickets. Book prices include shipping and all book orders will be shipped directly to customers (U.S. addresses only).
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Register: https://www.chicagohumanities.org/events/kyle-beachy/

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