ONLINE | Recipes for Disaster Launch Event
Where: The New School
66 W. 12th St.
212-229-5108 Price: Free
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Recipes for Disaster is the magazine version of comfort food. It’s a quarantine cooking zine built from the ashes of the dinner parties, restaurant hangs, and fearless family gatherings of our pre-pandemic lives, aimed at understanding the ways that a virus can restructure even the most mundane parts of one’s day.
Join the Recipes for Disaster editors for the digital launch of our quarantine passion project and a reading from some of our contributors.
Feel free to bring your favorite homemade quarantine meal snack or drink along with you to enjoy during the readings and show off. Hate cooking? Bring your favorite local takeout or pour yourself a glass of wine. After the reading, there will be a Q&A about the project and publishing during a pandemic.
Read more here: disastermag.xyz [Launches Aug. 15th]
EVENT MODERATORS /RECIPES FOR DISASTER EDITORS
Leah Prinzivalli is an alum of the Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism program, as well as a former editor at the New School’s Public Seminar. Her writing has been published in The Atlantic, the Washington Post, Outside, and more.
Alexa Mauzy-Lewis is a Master’s candidate and student advisor for the Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism program at the New School for Social Research. She
writes, edits, and designs. She was the Art Director of Back Matter Magazine 2020 and currently works on NSSR’s Research Matters.
Isobel Chiang is an alum of the New School’s Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism program. She now lives in Brooklyn and works as a graphic designer.
Taia Handlin is also an alum of the New School’s Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism program, Editor -in-Chief of Backmatter Magazine 2020, and former fact checker at Public Seminar. She can currently be found biking for Black Lives Matter when she’s not pitching around town. She also cooks now.
Annika Lammers is a Master of Architecture candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne and a student architect at NH Architecture. She studied at Parsons and was
the Creative Director of Backmatter Magazine 2020.