Women of Letters w/ Elyse Fox, Hermione Hoby, Amber Jamieson, Carmen Maria Machado, Yamaneika Saunders, Adelle Waldman & More - 1/17

Wednesday, January 17 2018 6:00 pm Doors / 8:00 pm Start / Ends 10:00 pm (Estimated End Time)
Wed Jan 17 2018

Women of Letters w/ Elyse Fox, Hermione Hoby, Amber Jamieson, Carmen Maria Machado, Yamaneika Saunders, Adelle Waldman & More - 1/17

at City Winery New York City

6:00 pm
8:00 pm
10:00 pm (Estimated End Time)



Women of Letters is everyone’s favorite literary salon!

Every month, New York’s best and brightest women come together on stage to celebrate the lost art of letter writing. Expect laughter, tears, and camaraderie as host Sofija Stefanovic welcomes guests reading “A letter to my drastic measure”. Together on stage for the first time ever:

Celebrated activist and founder of Sad Girls Club ELYSE FOX
Acclaimed journalist and author of Neon in Daylight HERMIONE HOBY
Beloved Breaking News reporter at BuzzFeed AMBER JAMIESON
Lauded essayist and author of Her Body and Other Parties CARMEN MARIA MACHADO

Hilarious stand-up comedian and star of Oxygen's Funny Girls YAMANEIKA SAUNDERS
Award-winning columnist and author of The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P. ADELLE WALDMAN

The show attracts guests of the highest caliber, from all disciplines. Women of Letters veterans include: Molly Ringwald, Jean Grae, Megan Amram, Martha Wainwright, Kathleen Turner, Aparna Nancherla, Siri Hustvedt, Edie Falco, Susan Orlean, Alexis Okeowo, Mara Wilson, Amanda Palmer, Melissa Auf Der Maur, Suki Kim, JD Samson, Tavi Gevinson, Stoya, Ophira Eisenberg, Yael Stone, Jena Malone, Jenny Eliscu and many more.

Proceeds from Women of Letters shows are donated to charity, with over $750,000 being raised globally to date. January 17th's show proceeds will be donated to the Sad Girls Club, an organization bringing girls together to discuss, talk, and create a true community within the mental health world. http://sadgirlsclub.org/

"In our world which is becoming increasingly more disconnected by dependency on social media and our tendencies to live online, I feel that projects like Women of Letters are the antidote. Bringing people together in one room to hear people tell their stories is a powerful reminder of our humanity” — Molly Ringwald

“Women of Letters is the perfect alchemy of literary art-party and storytelling, with drinking and bonding for all genders of truth-seekers. Marieke and Michaela deserve a medal for creating this happening while we're on earth.” — Amanda Palmer

“You'll  bond with some crazy-talented women over diverse passions, intimate struggles, and of course, drinks.” — BUST Magazine