Join us for a special party we're having to celebrate the new memoir The Sound of No Hands Clapping by Toby Young.
RSVPs ARE REQUIRED.
This event is for full-time editorial staff members only. Sorry, no freelancers, PR/Marketing folks, interns/students, job-hunters! We like to reserve the job hunting for the job board. All guests must be approved (full-time edit staffers only, please).
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about Toby Young
Toby Young was born in 1963. His first book, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, was translated into 12 languages and became an international bestseller. In the course of his career as a journalist he has been fired from a succession of prestigious newspapers and magazines, including the Times of London, Vanity Fair, and, most recently, the Mail on Sunday. He is currently working as a restaurant critic for the Evening Standard and a drama critic for the Spectator. He lives in London.
about Housing Works Bookstore Café Fighting AIDS One Book At A Time
We are a non-profit bookstore that relies entirely on donations to stock our store and volunteers to run it. All proceeds directly benefit our parent organization, Housing Works, Inc., the nation’s largest minority-controlled AIDS service provider. Housing Works provides housing, healthcare, job training, and advocacy for New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. As an activist organization, we are committed to implementing the systemic changes necessary to ensure that AIDS and public health policies are sound in concept and equitable in administration.
Join us for drinks afterwards across the street at Puck Fair!