// SHELTER September //

September 1st @ unnameable books Doors open at 7pm, talks begin at 7.30pm, THURSDAY 9/1 UNNAMEABLE BOOKS (backyard of store) 600 Vanderbilt Avenue corner of St. Mark’s Avenue CLINTON-WASHINGTON (C) 7TH AVENUE (B)(Q) *** AYA SATO Aya Sato is a performer/dancer, restaurant worker and clinical volunteer living in Brooklyn. She has been working with the Doula Project (an organization that provides free emotional, physical, and informational support to people across the spectrum of pregnancy) since January 2015.   NICOLETTE LEUNG is a civil engineer with Hazen and Sawyer. She helps to ensure that creatures like falcons and sturgeon and endangered sunflowers and people like you are not adversely impacted by the construction and long-term operation of large-scale infrastructure projects. Current projects include making sure that New York City has enough clean drinking water in 2022 and implementing coastal flood protection in lower Manhattan.    INGRID BURRINGTON writes, makes maps, and tells jokes about places, politics, and the weird feelings people have about both. Also, sometimes, magic. She's currently an artist in residence at the Data and Society Research Institute in New York. A revised edition of Networks of New York, her field guide to urban internet infrastructure, was released by Melville House this summer. *** Mark your calendars for next month's SHELTER on Thursday 10/6.

September 1st @ unnameable books

Doors open at 7pm,
talks begin at 7.30pm,
THURSDAY 9/1
UNNAMEABLE BOOKS


(backyard of store)
600 Vanderbilt Avenue
corner of St. Mark’s Avenue

CLINTON-WASHINGTON (C)
7TH AVENUE (B)(Q)

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AYA SATO
Aya Sato is a performer/dancer, restaurant worker and clinical volunteer living in Brooklyn. She has been working with the Doula Project (an organization that provides free emotional, physical, and informational support to people across the spectrum of pregnancy) since January 2015.
 
NICOLETTE LEUNG
is a civil engineer with Hazen and Sawyer. She helps to ensure that creatures like falcons and sturgeon and endangered sunflowers and people like you are not adversely impacted by the construction and long-term operation of large-scale infrastructure projects. Current projects include making sure that New York City has enough clean drinking water in 2022 and implementing coastal flood protection in lower Manhattan. 
 
INGRID BURRINGTON
writes, makes maps, and tells jokes about places, politics, and the weird feelings people have about both. Also, sometimes, magic. She's currently an artist in residence at the Data and Society Research Institute in New York. A revised edition of Networks of New York, her field guide to urban internet infrastructure, was released by Melville House this summer.

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Mark your calendars for next month's SHELTER
on Thursday 10/6.