On the Corner2019-10-30T17:02:43-05:00

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Neighborhood Profiles

by bioGraph

Stone Temple Baptist Church

The clouds lazily tumble across the sky—as though they too are slowly soaking up as much sun as possible. It is a brilliant morning, the kind of Chicago April day that makes you forget about the bitter cold, ice, and cutting wind you’ve endur

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Who’s Telling Stories?

Businesses

Share why your company is a neighborhood cornerstone to tell customers a story they won’t forget.

Artists

Every corner is a stage for storied lives. If street corners could talk, which stories would they tell?

Students

Go beyond the classroom to school us on the streets. Sometimes you can learn more on the corner than you can in any book.

Professionals

Your commute can be the most glorious part of the daily grind. Be the author of your story before your 9am.

Seniors

A life lived is a life full of stories. Many stories begin with an address. Share your street corner memories.

Who’s Telling Stories?

Artists

Every corner is a stage for storied lives. If street corners could talk, which stories would they tell?

Businesses

Share why your company is a neighborhood cornerstone to tell customers a story they won’t forget.

Students

Go beyond the classroom to school us on the streets. Sometimes you can learn more on the corner than you can in any book.

Professionals

Your commute can be the most glorious part of the day grind. Be the author of your story before your 9am.

Seniors

A life lived is a life full of stories. Many stories begin with an address. Share your street corner memories.

Submissions

bioGraph invites submissions of original stories, photographs, and illustrations for On the Corner, a collection of perspectives on Chicago intersections. We seek writing that enlightens, entertains, and inspires; that captures environments and interactions; that demonstrates social, spiritual, historical, psychological, and/or emotional nuance and depth. We gravitate toward writing that is terse, subtle, empathetic, urgent, alluring, witty, playful, and profound without taking itself too seriously.

Guidelines

  • 200-500 word vignettes

  • Opportunity for ongoing collaboration with bioGraph for top submission​

  • ​No previously published material will be accepted
  • bioGraph reserves the right to publish and reproduce any submissions; writers and artists will be acknowledged as authors

Topics

  • Intersections & Intersectionality

  • Crossings & Crossroads

  • Crises & Turning Points

  • Boundaries & Borders

  • Transit(ions)

  • Accidents & Auspicious Encounters

  • Commutes & Commutation

  • Division & Cutting Asunder

  • Names & Naming

  • Local(ity) & Global(ism)

  • Strangers & Shared Identities

  • Property & Gentrification

  • Color Lines & Police Lines

  • Neighborhood & Community

Terms & Agreements

By clicking on the ‘Submit’ button, you are agreeing to the following terms:

  • The story you are submitting is an original work and belongs to you, the Author.  It is not a violation or infringement of any existing copyright or license and has not been previously published elsewhere.
  • Author hereby grants bioGraph LLC the right to publish his/her work online and/or in a printed anthology.
  • bioGraph LLC has the right to make any revision to the work in the interest of uniformity and style, but will solicit the Author’s approval for substantive changes.
  • Author understands that bioGraph LLC may withdraw offer of publication at any time.

Submissions

bioGraph invites submissions of original stories, photographs, and illustrations for On the Corner, a collection of perspectives on Chicago intersections. We seek writing that enlightens, entertains, and inspires; that captures environments and interactions; that demonstrates social, spiritual, historical, psychological, and/or emotional nuance and depth. We gravitate toward writing that is terse, subtle, empathetic, urgent, alluring, witty, playful, and profound without taking itself too seriously.

Guidelines

  • 200-500 word vignettes

  • Opportunity for ongoing collaboration with bioGraph for top submission​

  • ​​No previously published material will be accepted

  • bioGraph reserves the right to publish and reproduce any submissions; writers and artists will be acknowledged as authors

Topics

  • Intersections & Intersectionality

  • Crossings & Crossroads

  • Crises & Turning Points

  • Boundaries & Borders

  • Transit(ions)

  • Accidents & Auspicious Encounters

  • Commutes & Commutation

  • Division & Cutting Asunder

  • Names & Naming

  • Local(ity) & Global(ism)

  • Strangers & Shared Identities

  • Property & Gentrification

  • Color Lines & Police Lines

  • Neighborhood & Community

Terms & Agreements

By clicking on the ‘Submit’ button, you are agreeing to the following terms:

  • The story you are submitting is an original work and belongs to you, the Author.  It is not a violation or infringement of any existing copyright or license and has not been previously published elsewhere.
  • Author hereby grants bioGraph LLC the right to publish his/her work online and/or in a printed anthology.
  • bioGraph LLC has the right to make any revision to the work in the interest of uniformity and style, but will solicit the Author’s approval for substantive changes.
  • Author understands that bioGraph LLC may withdraw offer of publication at any time.
  • Submit Your Story

    By clicking Submit, you agree to the Terms & Agreements noted in our Call for Submissions

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  • Submit Your Story

    By clicking Submit, you agree to the Terms & Agreements noted in our Call for Submissions

    Up to 20 MB

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • Enhancing Exhibitions

    We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.

  • Chronicling Histories

    TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

    We conducted over 150 interviews with distinguished faculty and alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, to commemorate the college’s 125th anniversary. From those interviews, we produced a series of films that were used for multiple purposes, including screenings at fundraising events. We also created the web series “52 Mini Moments with Big Thinkers,” available on Teachers College’s website throughout its anniversary year. Each episode contains an excerpt from the narrative histories.