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Good Company Magazine Tour: BROOKLYN!

by Grace Bonney

I’m so excited to start sharing the details for all of our upcoming magazine tour events to celebrate the launch of our new book-azine (which is what I’m calling it), . Just like with our tour for , I’ll be traveling to a few different cities and bringing together a panel of talented women in the world of creativity and business to talk about life, work and everything in between. We listened to your feedback from the first tour and we’re working to make these events more accessible, so for each event we will have free tickets available for those that need financial assistance, a fund to provide assistance with childcare costs for those who need it and ASL interpreters and audio assistance to those who need it as well (all event locations are ADA compliant). Just email us here about the free tickets, childcare assistance or interpreters for all cities.

Our very first launch event will be in Brooklyn, NY next week on Monday April 30th!! We’ll be hosting our first panel event at St. Francis College at 7pm with Books are Magic. I’ll be talking with (of ), Roachele Negron of , TANAÏS of and Andrea Gompf of .

! Thanks so much to and   for having us!

Each ticket includes a copy of Good Company Magazine, the panel discussion, a magazine signing afterwards and a limited-edition illustration tote, while supplies last. See you in Brooklyn! xo, grace

*Click here to pre-order the magazine (worldwide!) and check out the other dates on our magazine tour!

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