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The Broadsheet, the largest circulation local newspaper south of Canal Street has published a wonderful article about all of our upcoming events: the salons, the fellowship, and our new Book Club. Give it a read! It’s called “For Literary Lions, With Cubs.”

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Downtown Express, Chelsea Now, The East Villager, The Villager

The four neighborhood newspapers south of midtown all have this in common: they love Pen Parentis Literary Salons! Each one of these four fantastic free papers have published a lovely article about our March 14 Salon, Aspects of Love. This one is from ChelseaNow:

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The Media wants you to see a salon

This article appears in JUST DO ART – May 5, 2016 You can find this article in print in four local newspapers: CHELSEA NOW, THE VILLAGER, VILLAGER EXPRESS, and the DOWNTOWN EXPRESS as well as on all their online pages. We heartily agree–you should attend!

Pen Parentis Literary Salons lauded in four local papers

Pen Parentis Literary Salons lauded in four local papers

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2014 Spring Season closes with readings by André Aciman, Alexi Zentner, and Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.

A beautiful Spring event to close our eleventh season of Salons. André Aciman read a poignant essay about how quickly children grow up and move out of the house. Alexi Zentner talked about the taboo subject of parental rage, and how children change a man. Miranda Beverly-Whittemore read from her new novel, Bittersweet. On its […]

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Pen Parentis announces 2014 Season

Pen Parentis is excited to announce the Spring 2014 line up for its popular downtown literary salon, featuring a phenomenal group of acclaimed authors, including Andre Dubus III, Ann Hood, Rick Moody, and Elissa Schappell. Pen Parentis presents salons in the classic tradition; authors come together in a comfortable, intimate setting to read from their […]

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