Tuesday the 22nd of February, 2022, 6pm, Live and on Zoom Our February Salon falls rather early in this tiny wee month, so we’ve invited some small independent publishers to talk about their work.
The last Tuesday of the month is already upon us! We'll be holding a hybrid Salon so that those who cannot attend in person may still join in over Zoom.
Our friends at the Outhouse are hosting us, and we will be in the upstairs Function Room. There will be separate tables so people can sit in smaller groups, and we encourage attendees to wear masks when moving around.
For the ‘formal’ part of the evening, which will be livestreamed, we will have a short panel discussion with guests from Neon and Stewed Rhubarb, including Tracey S Rosenberg who has been published by both (and by us – in our Anthology Lost, Looking & Found) plus representation from Interpret Magazine and Lemon Peel Press.
We warmly encourage anyone published in small press, pamphlets, or zines to come and share their stories, whether in-person or online.
As always, there will be a wine reception, and plenty of time before the presentation begins. We will open the zoom at 6.45, and will welcome our guests at 7pm. Online attendees are welcome to hang around in the zoom for more informal chatter, which we can monitor. We’ll continue to mingle and chat, and if anyone has information to share we will have Notes of Interest. How it works... 6.pm: Wine Reception at the Outhouse 6.45: Open the Zoom meeting (check for tech issues) 7.pm: Welcome Panel Discussion Guests
7.35 Questions and Notes of Interest
7.45 Live Mingling, and Zoom chat*
Tickets are available from Eventbrite – please state which ticket type you require as numbers will be limited. We will send a zoom invitation to all attendees anyway.
All Salon Events are free. We invite a small donation (£3) for the glass of wine, or encourage people to buy us a coffee to help fund our work. We look forward to seeing you in person or in the zoom-room!
*We acknowledge that some people prefer to attend the Zoom without video, so we invite people to use the ‘comments’ section to give input, paste relevant links, and ask questions. We encourage attendees to say ‘bye’ if they so wish when departing! We will save any links from the comments to share to our mailing-list and social media, and we will not be recording the zoom.