THE HEAD & THE HAND HOLIDAY KARAOKE FUNDRAISER

Join The Head & The Hand (H&H) as we remix this year’s fall fundraiser with a Holiday Karaoke Party theme. Meet our staff and many of the talented writers The Head & The Hand has had the pleasure of publishing over the years. Hear readings from our Shockwire Chapbook Series authors Patrick McNeil and Carol McCullough as they show off their singing skills and get the party started for anyone who wants to get up and sing a song. Get your tickets here!

The party will be held on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the beautiful Center for Art in Wood gallery space in Old City. Our longtime collaborator chef and owner of the Soup Kitchen Café in Kensington, Ben Bigler, will provide light fare, and libations will be curated by The Head & The Hand staff.

All proceeds will fund H&H’s diverse array of projects, such as these 2018 highlights:
  • In collaboration with the Free Library, publishing 2018 Philadelphia Youth Poet Laureate Husnaa Hashim’s debut chapbook collection, Honey Sequence
  • Publishing the plantable 50 th anniversary reinterpretation of Richard Brautigan’s revolutionary poetry collection, Please Plant This Book, and raising close to $20,000 in proceeds to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
  • Making a statement on the current collision of politics and culture with our Shockwire Chapbook Series, which we continue to sell from our signature Chapbook Vending Machine
  • Establishing a partnership with Drexel University’s Writers Room and installing our beloved Chapbook Vending Machine on campus to kick off another great year of publishing adventures in 2019
Tickets are $25 for general admission and $50 for general admission plus an H&H gift bundle of three books of yore. Expect a fun raffle and, for a $500 donation, H&H Founder Nic Esposito will sing any karaoke song of the generous donor’s choice.

Please come out to support Philadelphia’s independent literature scene and the great work that The Head & The Hand does all year long. Plus, when else can you sing songs with your favorite publishing company and its writers?