Simone // Revista / Revue / Journal presents:
“Simone Revue Book Club”
And invites everyone that has participated in Simone, whether as authors, visual artists and/or translators to join.
The first session will take place on Saturday, October 21st at 4pm in Lyon (69004).
We will talk about the book by Fatima Ouassak, « La puissance des mères », in the context of Nahel M.'s death at the hands of the police.
The activity will be led by Sarah Ar, franco-algerian feminist activist and literature teacher. Also freelance writer for the Lyon-based magazine Hétéroclite and volunteer activist in festival Écrans Mixtes and SOS homophobie.
As indicated, the only requirement to attend is to have participated in some way in Simone. Simone // Revista / Revue / Journal is a collective project of feminist activism, literary and trilingual. It is also a requirement to have read the book, of course, because it is a conversation, not a class. And ideally speak French, as the conversation will be carried out in that language.
If you are interested in participating, please send us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve you a place, as we have limited spaces. Thank you! See you soon.
Welcome to this collective space for feminist reflection, as Sinéad said: fight the real enemy.
Simone is an independent collective project of feminist activism, literary and trilingual; with over 200 authors, visual artists and translators, and readers from all over the world. Our staff members live in Lyon, Barcelona, Bath, Berlin, Montpellier, Charleville-Mézières, Valencia and Santiago.
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