What? Start-up team meeting for the graduate journal, Anamesa
Who? Anyone interested. No experience necessary.
When? Tuesday, July 21 at 5:30pm
Where? Dojo Restaurant 14 W. 4th Street (corner of W. 4th & Mercer)
Why? Appetizers on us! (Oh, and the chance to be part of an amazing team project.)
Anamesa is an interdisciplinary journal of graduate works, run and published jointly by the students of the Draper Program and CLACS (Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies). Usually published twice a year, the journal has been quiet for the last couple of semesters. But, plans are now in the works to jumpstart it again—beginning with a joint issue covering the past fall and spring—and we need your help!
All interested in being part of the team should plan to meet for appetizers on the patio at Dojo Restaurant, 14 W. 4th Street (corner of W. 4th and Mercer) at 5:30pm, next Tuesday, the 21st. Please RSVP to Anna Bardaus at alb469[at]nyu.edu so we can get a head count. If you can’t RSVP in time, don’t let that stop you—come anyway!
Available jobs include: editors, proofreaders, designers and art directors, publicists, webmasters, and more. No prior experience necessary. Just a keen eye, a few hours a week, and lots of enthusiasm for the promotion of critical and artistic expression.
If you have any questions, contact Anna Bardaus at alb469[at]nyu.edu, or DSO President Myong Chin myc266[at]nyu.edu. Also, check out past issues of Anamesa at http://www.nyu.edu/pubs/anamesa/index.htm.
See you there!