Salon No. 8: Beauty with Yrsa Daley-Ward
Jun
26
7:30 PM19:30

Salon No. 8: Beauty with Yrsa Daley-Ward

 

Salon No. 8: Beauty with Yrsa Daley-Ward

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When: Tuesday, June 26
NEW TIME! 7:30PM-9PM

Where: Lou & Grey
138 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10011

What: We're thrilled to announce our eighth salon at Lou & Grey Flatiron, where we'll be joined by Yrsa Daley-Ward, author of bone, and the incredible memoir, The Terrible. Yrsa will discuss her process as a writer, the stories behind her work, and her personal interpretation of the prompt "Beauty."

We’ll eat, drink, listen, and share, with sips and snacks provided courtesy of our friends at Winc (use the special code NOVELLA for a sweet discount) & Caroline Schiff!

Space is limited—RSVP* here but remember that when you do, you’re committing to attending and writing an original piece. Please click wisely - your RSVP takes up a seat!

NOT IN NYC? You're in luck. We'll be livestreaming from Instagram and in our private Facebook group Women of Novella, where we'll be taking questions from our members.

 
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Salon No. 7: Birth
May
15
7:30 PM19:30

Salon No. 7: Birth

Salon No. 7: Birth

 

For the month of May, we thought about a lot of things. We thought about the cherry blossoms finally sprouting from the formerly barren trees in New York, we thought about Mother's Day being just around the corner, and how spring just feels like a new beginning, so "birth" felt right to us - and to our friend, Raven Ishak, Editorial Director of Chillhouse's digital relaxation destination, The Chill Times.

That's why she'll be sitting as this month's Selected Speaker! We are so excited for her to share her interpretation of the theme with you all.

As always, we invite you to respond to the prompt literally and figuratively: the onset of a new season, the kinship of a mother and daughter or found family, or how it feels to create something that is all your own. We want to know: what does "birth" mean to you?
 

You may respond to the prompt in whichever literary method you please: song, poem, short story, script, etc. All we ask is that you keep your work limited to a maximum of 2 pages or 5-7 minutes spoken aloud. 

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