The Monthly

June 2019

In this edition of The Monthly:
Writer, producer and director Cindy Chupack talks marriage, romance and finding her voice in her new film “Otherhood.”

Further reads:
“Bonding” star Brendan Scannell finds his own path in dark comedy. Dillo Day includes a record number of women in its lineup, but still struggles with issues of inclusion. Reporter Wilson Chapman makes the case for more queer representation in cartoons and children’s shows. The assistant photo editor reviews a documentary following four women who ran for public office, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and a Daily staffer discovers the Midwest’s best bagel.

The Monthly is an arts and entertainment magazine that delves into student art on campus and the work of alumni in Chicago and across the country. Read the issue in full here.