Shabby Doll House Press Author talk: "Log Off" w/Kristen Felicetti & "The Island" w/ Oscar d'Artois & "The Moan Wilds" w/Caroline Rayner 7/7 at 6pm - @Provincetown Public Library

East End Books Presents: Shabby Doll House Press Author talk: "Log Off" w/Kristen Felicetti & "The Island" w/ Oscar d'Artois & "The Moan Wilds" w/Caroline Rayner 7/7 at 6pm - This is an off-site event at Provincetown Public Library - 356 Commercial Street.

Tickets: "Log Off" w/Kristen Felicetti & "The Island" w/ Oscar d'Artois & "The Moan Tickets, Sun, Jul 7, 2024 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

 

Log Off 

Kristen Felicetti is a writer and the founding editor-in-chief of The Bushwick Review. She is based in Rochester, NY. Log Off (Shabby Doll House, 2024) is her first book. 

“​​If one is very fortunate, a few books will fundamentally change their life. Such is the case for me and LOG OFF, an indelibly wise coming-of-age story crackling with humor and nostalgia. Felicetti will heal you, delight you, and make you want to hug your younger self; Log Off is an instant classic, a heartbreaker and a balm, and we’re all the luckier for it.”

"LOG OFF is a time machine, brilliantly evoking the Y2K era in all its LiveJournal glory. Kristen Felicetti's prose feels as real and intimate as making a friend on the internet for the very first time and finding the key to her diary—I loved it." 

​—Chelsea Hodson, author of Tonight I'm Someone Else

​—T Kira Māhealani Madden, author of

Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls

 

The Island   

Oscar d’Artois is a writer & translator who was born in 1989 in Paris, France. He is the author of The Island (Shabby Doll House, 2024) and Teen Surf Goth (Metatron Press, 2015).

THE ISLAND, a book-length haiku by Oscar d'Artois
with artwork by Mad Manning

“A book of fantasy built on internet dreams and nostalgia for what never existed: the fantasy of an eternal American youth, the wish that love can save us, the hope that we can practice for death. A re-projection of the images projected on us every day. An affirmation that as misguided as we are, we too deserve poetry.”

- Melissa Broder, author of Death Valley

“Witty and self-deprecating and instantly relatable.”
-VALLUM 

“A fast life lived in an existential daze with a pop-punk poetic consciousness.”
-DAZED

Praise for Oscar d'Artois

“I loved so many references in The Island. Cold brew, yoga, spritzes, consumer culture, the internet, queerness... So funny and real and sparkly"
- Chloe Caldwell, author of WOMEN

 

 

The Moan Wilds 

Caroline Rayner is a writer and teacher from Virginia. The Moan Wilds (Shabby Doll House, 2023) is her first book.

"Steeped in the hybrid and maximalist tradition of C.D. Wright, Bernadette Mayer, and Alice Notley, The Moan Wilds nevertheless forges a path so inimitable it becomes the very thumbprint of its author, which to me is the crowning achievement of any book worth its salt. Here Rayner has produced an indelible and unforgettable voice, full of heart, intelligence, hunger and a wildness that shakes us into new, hallucinatory order. In other words, it’s fucking awesome."

"The Moan Wilds is a queer feast."

-Selah Saterstrom

 

-Ocean Vuong 

SHABBY DOLL HOUSE

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Shabby Doll House (est. 2012) and ~Profound Experience (est. 2019) are online publishers of art & literature founded by Lucy K Shaw. WE MAKE BOOKS AND MAGAZINES AND CURRENTLY WE'RE HOSTING A ZINE WRITING CLUB TOO. 

Event date: 
Sunday, July 7, 2024 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Event address: 
356 Commercial St.
Provincetown, MA 02657
The Moan Wilds By Caroline Rayner, Emma Ensley (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Caroline Rayner, Emma Ensley (Illustrator)
$14.00
ISBN: 9781737924234
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Shabby Doll House - May 15th, 2023

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