We're co-sponsoring a NYC party fundraiser & more!
- We're doing a bunch of things:
� new books (trust us, awesomeness on paper)
� new ebook website. Wait for it? No! Weightlessbooks.com
� new issue of the zine (#25). Yowee!
� an interview with Chinese science fiction author Zhao Haihong
� blatherings on the Facebooks
� celebrating Tiptree award-winner Greer Gilman! and what an honor list
� taking part in a groovy auction for Laurie J. Marks's wife
� Jed's for sale!
� Gavin & Kelly can be, er, pitched? Is this going to hurt? Pitch Session: 9PM EST, May 17, 2010
� getting ready for BEA and WisCon
� We're going for a walk in Boston on June 13. Want to join us?
� and here's Michael on making beer:
"Know that when I sat down to brew this beer, it was with the purest of aesthetical intentions in the Small Beer spirit: I strove for a beer that would as closely as possible resemble a bar of 70% raw cacao dark chocolate in liquid form."
And, courtesy of the fab folks at Two Dollar Radio (see their links and get their books down below) here's the party. Come on by!
May 4, 2010
MAY 25: WRRRROCK ON:
A Music Concert & Social to Benefit Literacy
Featuring Japanther and Care Bears on Fire in Support of Girls Write Now
21 Days Until Wrrrrock On!!!!
Two Dollar Radio is throwing a party with our publisher-friends at Chin Music, Coffee House,Exterminating Angel, Featherproof Books, Seven Stories, Small Beer, Tin House, Tyrant Books, and Unbridled Books.
Wrrrrock On is an evening to benefit Girls Write Now happening Tuesday, May 25th at Galapagos Art Space, located at 16 Main Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn, from 7-9PM. Admission is a suggested donation of $2-22 at the door, with 100% of those proceeds going directly to Girls Write Now. Japanther and Care Bears on Fire will perform, and Joshua Mohr will emcee the event.
Girls Write Now (GWN), the first and only East Coast nonprofit to combine mentoring and writing instruction within the context of all-girl programming, has, since 1998, helped nearly 3,000 underserved or at-risk girls from NYC�s public high schools develop into the next generation of writers and readers. In recent years, GWN has been profiled in The New York Times and featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. In November, the organization received a 2009 Coming Up Taller Award from First Lady Michelle Obama and the President�s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, distinguishing Girls Write Now as one of the top 15 after-school arts and humanities programs in the nation.
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