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Learning the language of terror, Shelley – named and gendered for the godmother of horror, Frankenstein author Mary Shelley – puts together eerie little vignettes and, crucially, aims to continue them from the replies posted by Twitter users in a kind of round-robin collaborative writing exercise.
On October 26th, book lovers and literary insiders clad in masks of red and black gathered at Littlefield in Brooklyn for a night of spooky revelry. Burlesque performers Cassandra Rosebeetle, Gin Minsky, and Jezebel Express haunted the masquerade as partygoers sipped on cocktails and danced the night away. At the end of the night, revelers brought home tote bags bursting at the seams with free books.