Get in style for spring (have you purchased Audrey’s spring issue yet?) at the Simply Stylist seminar and shopping event in Hollywood, perform at open mics in New York, conquer prose poetry at a free workshop, and more this week!
WHAT: Simply Stylist Seminar and Shopping Event
Clear your calendar for an intimate seminar, shopping and networking event featuring influential fashion bloggers, stylists, designers, and editors! E!’s Catt Sadler will host an interactive ‘Tweet-in’ panel discussion featuring Jeanne Yang (Katie Holmes’ celebrity stylist) and other panelists.
WHEN: Saturday, March 3, 1pm-midnight
W Hotel Hollywood
6250 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
HOW: Purchase tickets online.
Shopping event: $20
Seminar & shopping event: $125
Luncheon & networking mixer plus the above: $150
VIP seating and priority meet & greet with panelists plus the above: $200
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We know there’s a story inside all of us just itching to get out.
The perfect excuse to sit around and daydream all day, calling it “work” has just arrived: Hyphen magazine and the Asian American Writer’s Workshop are presenting their annual Asian American Short Story Contest – the only national, pan-Asian American writing competition of its kind.
Have a secret stash of stories hidden away in your sock drawer? Tired of seeing all your writer friends find fame and fortune while you toil away as a barista? If you are, you could probably use some cold hard cash, like say, $1,000 bucks in addition to the recognition you so rightly deserve. Here’s the break you’ve been waiting for:
Hyphen magazine and Asian American Writers’ Workshop is putting out the call for the next best Asian American writer. This is no small writing contest — Houghton Mifflin published past winner Preeta Samarasan’s book Evening Is the Whole Day, which was long-listed for the prestigious Orange Prize (and, more importantly, was featured with an excerpt in Audrey, thank you very much). And this year’s judges include no less than Whiting award winner Alexander Chee, author of Edinburgh (Picador), and Jaed Coffin, author of A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants (De Capo Press). The winner not only gets one thousand ducats, she (or he) also gets her (or his — hint hint) story published in the pages of Hyphen itself.
But you don’t have a whole lotta time — the deadline for submissions is March 31. Go here for submission guidelines and info. And get writing!