We had a wonderful write up about the Antelope and our Kickstarter in 1,001 Chicago Afternoons. Check it out here:

We also gotten written up for the Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire! Find out more here:


The amazing Quimby’s has this to say about the Antelope:  “Elisa and Meghan are quirky and fun scholars interested in oral history and mayhem, and they’ve edited a wonderful magazine. This issue of The Antelope focuses on all things flight: a piece on first class airplane luxury (by Joe Mason, with illustrations by Alex Nall), interviews (with a master falconer! with an urban ecologist at the zoo! with lowbrow artists who do flight-relevant stuff! with a drone enthusiast! with a bee keeper!), comics about birds, poetry by great folks such as Robbie Q. Telfer, airmail art, patent diagrams for a human flying apparatus, UFO art criticism and more. An additional noteworthy detail about this magazine is that it is a wonderful overview of many Chicago-centric artists, writers, thinkers and facts. Make time fly with this fun The Antelope!” – Liz Mason of Quimby’s Chicago

“What an accomplishment!” – Christy Uchida, Senior Program Officer at Brinson Foundation and Links Hall Board Member

“What an array of interesting subjects and styles, from the mouth-watering account of first-class sushi to the historical piece on barnstorming and all the various riffs on flight! And beautifully designed and put together.” Maggi Kast, Instructor at Columbia College Chicago and memoirist