Another Storytime for the Apocalypse

It’s been a frantic year my friends. However, in a week’s time, I will officially be under examination for my doctorate as I will be submitting it in the coming days. To mark my submission, I am doing a reading about reaching a destination at the final 2020 Storytime for the Apocalypse. Dr Tilly Hinton, a “river enthusiast” whose scholarship is on the social history of the LA River, is a dear friend with whom I shared my doctoral space at university. So it is apt that I mark my last weeks of doctoral study in her virtual space of revelatory storytelling.

I know that my post here is very last minute, but I do hope that you are able to attend the reading. It is on Monday 30 November 7:30 -8:30 pm, LA time or Tuesday 1st December 2:30-3:30pm.

Here is the Zoom Link. us02web.zoom.us/j/85170824839

Thank you and hopefully I can start writing to my blog again very soon!

Vassiliki

(silhouette of Los Angeles)

Text: 
Storytime for the Apocalypse #13

Librarian Scholar Vassiliki Veros reads about setting out for your destination.
Actor, writer, director Toni Robison-May reads about the weather.
Art historian Meredith Lancaster reads about reaching further shores.
Ediotr and permaculturist Jessica Perini reads about what to do in dark times.

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