So, you’ve probably heard of the party. Or maybe you haven’t, or maybe someone told you and you forgot — they’re all understandable situations. But Tuesday, March 11, TODAY, Lingua is having their winter zine release at Emerson lobby and there will be a few lovely things in store.
First of all, you will be able to claim your winter zine for free, filled with pieces done entirely by students like you. Photography, amazing art, portraits, poetry and prose are among the pieces that have been submitted and chosen for the zine this quarter. But, like I said before, the zine is free and anyone who comes can take one — no elite membership required!
Second, we will be hosting in the Emerson lobby with a sound system so that a few contributors can do readings of their submitted work. It will be a mellow performance, no bottle-throwing or mosh-pit. But if you want a chance to see Ally Christofferson, Brenda Ray and Joey Leon perform their pieces, join us and support them as they read. Afterwards, they will tell us a little bit about their personal experiences as writers and about their struggles, success, and inspiration.
And at last, the news that you will get free food: we will be serving some delicious nosh while our writers read and Jessica, our editor-in-chief, hosts. We are planning to have something both sweet and satisfying, hot and cold, simple and elegant. If you are befuddled by that description of our mystery dessert, you should come and find out.
We would be honored, as the Lingua Llamas, to have you at our release party: join us tonight in Emerson lobby at eight o’clock pm for readings, refreshment, and zines… Drop by and enjoy the llama.
Hannah Peterson, Social Media Manager