Pantsuit Nation Celebration at Anderson's Bookshop
In honor of the release of the Pantsuit Nation book, Anderson's Bookshops will be hosting an evening with Pantsuit Nation, featuring storytelling, resource-sharing, and community action. Come celebrate the power of collective storytelling, and meet some of the contributors to the Pantsuit Nation book, leaders of local progressive non-profit organizations, and fellow members of the resistance.
Pantsuit Nation is an inspiring collection of stories and photographs that capture what it means to live, work, love, and resist in Americafrom the Facebook group with millions of engaged and impassioned members.
After a lively conversation and reading, fans are welcome to have their books signed by the contributors in attendance.
A portion of the evening's proceeds will benefit Family Shelter Service, a local non-profit providing help and hope to those affected by domestic violence.
This is event is free and open to the public! To join the signing line, please purchase a copy of the Pantsuit Nation book from Anderson's by either:
--Ordering here http://www.andersonsbookshop.com/book/9781250153326
--Calling us at 630-355-2665
--Or stopping in to any of our three stores
Melissa Blake is a blogger and freelance writer who lives with her mom, sister, and cats in the Midwest. She's been known to overshare and has an unabashed love for pop music, polo shirts, and PEZ dispensers. Her writing has appeared on The New York Times, Cosmo, Marie Claire, The Establishment, Glamour and The Frisky!
Monet Holmes writes, "We are a fun-loving and progressive family originally from California and currently residing in the suburbs of Chicago."
Linda Oakleaf lives in Kansas City with her wife and kids, but is a Chicago native who desperately misses real pizza and Vienna Beef hotdogs. She got her first taste of activism as a Lesbian Avenger in Chicago, where she learned that a small band of people really could make change happen. Twenty years later she says that she's still learning that lesson. The stories in Pantsuit Nation remind her daily that hard work is the only thing that makes change possible and that together, we can all do our piece.
Host (Pantsuit Nation admin and photo editor for the book):
Lee Fearnside is an artist and professor in rural northwest Ohio, where she lives with her wife, son, two dogs, and six chickens, surrounded by industrial agriculture. She is a firm believer in the power of stories to shift culture, and connects social issues and narrative in her art.
Actual seating is first come, first served, but your assigned seat number corresponds to your reserved place in the signing line. Please carefully note the event start time and plan to arrive before that time. We cannot guarantee the length of time that any event will last.
Your ticket number/seat number is your reserved place in the signing line. Actual seating is open.
Here's what you get with each ticket:
Admittance for one person to the presentation
Here's what you shouldn't expect:
An autograph in the book that you bought elsewhere
See you there!
PLEASE NOTE that this event follows the author's and publisher's wishes and may mean limits on photos and the number of signed or personalized books. Anderson's Bookshop is not responsible for changes made by the author to the guidelines prior to or during the event. Your understanding is appreciated.
Madden Theater on the campus of North Central College (downstairs from Wentz) (View)
171 Chicago Ave
Naperville, IL 60540
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