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BK: Julie Houts Presents Literally Me in conversation with Lauren Spiegel

    10/24/2017 - 7:00pm

    Please join WORD, Julie, and her conversation partner Touchstone Editor Lauren Spiegel for an evening of wine and hilarious discussion.

    This event will take place in our Brooklyn store at 126 Franklin St, Brooklyn NY

    Literally Me is the first collection from Julie Houts, designer and "Instagram's favorite illustrator" (Vogue). It is a collection of darnkly humorous illustrated essays expanding upon her popular social media dispatches, lampooning modern female identity in the social media age. She hilariously deconstructs "the creating, and the uraveling, of modern female identity, specifically in the young, urban, and stylish sphere" (Vogue). In 2016, Julie Houts' Instagram following exploded, and she became a media darling. Her witty, darkly humorous illustrations have won her a diverse following, from college coeds to city sophisticates to A-list celebrities. The book will have 75% new material.


    Julie Houts is an illustrator and former womenswear designer at J. Crew. She was raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and St. Louise Missouri, before studying at The School of the Art Institute in Chicago and Parsons School of Design in New York. Her work has been featured in Vogue, Nylon, Man Repeller, Stylebop, Huffington Post, and Refinery29. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

    Lauren Spiegel  began her publishing career at Touchstone in 2006. She's published the #1 New York Times bestsellers, Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh; Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick; You're NEver Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day and TRUST NO AUNTY by Maria Qamar.

    Entrance fee is a $5 ticket voucher which is good for that evening only and can be used towards anything in the store, including Hout’s collection Literally Me. Free wine will be provided at the event courtesy of WORD Bookstores. 

     

    $5.00
    SKU: HOUTSVOUCHER

    One admission to Julie Houts Presents Literarlly Me. The voucher good for that evening only and can be used towards anything in the store, including Hout’s book!