Bulletin Board: New Poetry, Olympic Fashion, and Knitting as Protest!
Hello Valentines. Here's your second monthly digest of Bulletin Board, Novella's digital refrigerator. Read on below for exciting news from our members, a stellar job opportunity, and some reads for your subway ride home. Have something to share in this newsletter? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14
- Maya Angelique (Instagram) is releasing her first poetry collection on Amazon titled "Water Comes First", on February 18th, available on Kindle and in paperback. "Water Comes First" speaks to a young woman who overcomes tremendous trauma and learns to find inner peace by connecting to her heritage. Follow her on social for sneak peeks before the release.
- Subway Book Review is hiring. Uli Beutter Cohen is looking for an Editorial Assistant to bring onto her team. Are you social media savvy? Have 6 hours a week to dedicate to the cause? Perfect! Apply here.
- Jinnie Lee (Instagram) wrote about her obsession with vintage souvenir merch from the 1998 Winter Games in Seoul for Racked. Here's a tidbit on the state of her Olympic swag addiction:
At the moment, my collection consists of two sweatshirts, two T-shirts, one jacket, and a gold keychain set — and I can’t stop adding to it. Not only are the bold graphics nonchalantly cool and retro in that late-’80s way, but wearing, for example, a XXIV Summer Games sweatshirt emblazoned with the words “SEOUL, KOREA” and “USA” is an easy statement piece that declares my Korean-American-ness though a piece of clothing.
- Psst. Roxanne Fequiere (Instagram) is reading a book a week for this entire year. Follow along on her bookish journey here.
- If you've been on Instagram, you've surely come across a powerful message or two emblazoned through cross-stitch. Beth Ward speaks about the modern reimagining of an old trend in her piece on "craftivism" and how we've been creating stitched dissent for centuries over at BUST.
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