Belladonna* is celebrating a great year with a benefit dance party in our Brooklyn studio space featuring music by Poet DJs Hanna Andrews, Marcella Durand, Bill Mazza, Dan Magers, Adam Fitzgerald, and LaTasha Diggs as well as palm reading by Melissa Buzzeo, on-site hypnotherapist Kristin Prevallet, tarot readings by Ana Bozicevic, and free beer and wine (courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery and Rathbones Pub).

The details—
What: Belladonna* Benefit Dance Party!
When: December 14, 2012 8pm to midnight
Where: 925 Bergen Street, Suite 405 (between Classon and Franklin), Brooklyn, NY 11238
How: C train to Franklin Ave or A train to Nostrand (5 min walk) OR 4/5 train to Franklin Ave/Eastern Parkway (10 min walk)
Cost: $20 donation to Belladonna gets you free drinks through the night!

To purchase tickets or make a donation through Paypal, visit our website.

Even Belladonna supporters who are not local to the NYC area can still help by donating purchased tickets back to Belladonna so we can extend an open invitation to area students and elders to attend free of charge.

Coming up in 2013…
We are busy preparing two new books for publication: proxy by R. Erica Doyle and TwERK by LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, both of which will be Spring 2013 releases.

We are hosting events on our continued theme of Material Lives, the internship/volunteer economy, Queer Masculinity, and motherhood as well as publishing five full-length titles and our ongoing chaplet series, now approaching #150.

 

The Belladonna* mission is to promote the work of women writers who are adventurous, experimental, politically involved, multi-form, multicultural, multi-gendered, impossible to define, delicious to talk about, unpredictable and dangerous with language. Belladonna* has featured over 150 writers of wildly diverse age and origin, writers who work in conversation and collaboration in and between multiple forms, languages, and critical fields. As performance and as printed text, the work collects, gathers over time and space, and forms a conversation about the feminist avant-garde, what it is, and how it comes to be.



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  • Michael Craft

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