Join us for our Tenth Anniversary Book Party/Benefit
Sunday, Oct. 21st from 5 to 7:30 pm at the historic Whittemore Robbins House, 670R Mass Ave., Arlington, MA (yellow house behind the library, parking on street and behind library).
Brief readings by: Iain Haley Pollock, Cave Canem Award winner, and author of Ghost, Like a Place (2018); Marjan Kamali, author of Together Tea and her forthcoming The Stationary Shop, Gallery/Simon & Schuster; & Baron Wormser, author of sixteen books and of the Solstice essay in The Best American Essays, 2018!
Sumptuous food, cool jazz, art auction, book table, socializing and the chance to support Diversity in Literature and Photography!
Attire: Vintage or festive or sporty/dressy.
$20 donation, staff gratis & half price for students. Also, our optional donation bowl!
Join us in supporting diversity!
RSVP to Lee Hope
Solstice Magazine Poetry Editor Iain Haley Pollock’s Ghost, Like Place is now available for pre-order.
Ghost, Like a Place highlights the complexities of fatherhood and how to raise young kids while bearing witness to the charged movements of social injustice and inequities of race in America. Memory, culpability, and our very humanness course through this book and strip us down to find joy and inspiration amid the darkness.
Solstice Magazine will be sharing a booth with Pangryus at the Boston Book Festival on October 13, Copley Square, Boston. Stop by and say hi!