by Drew Hunt
Gillian Flynn—whose novel Gone Girl was described by the Times as "arguably the year's biggest literary phenomenon for a book not containing the words 'Fifty Shades' in its title"—is at Harold Washington Library.
At the Music Box, Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot host a screening of The Graduate, the 1967 Mike Nichols film that launched Dustin Hoffman's career.
The Art Institute's "Pop Art and Its Descendants" features the work of Andy Warhol and other influential artists of the 60s.
For more on these events and others, check out the Reader's daily Agenda page.