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 Epiphany Magazine's 2024 Summer Fete
 Epiphany Magazine's 2024 Summer Fete

Thu, Jun 06



Epiphany Magazine's 2024 Summer Fete

Epiphany Magazine's annual Summer Fete, celebrating the magazine's wonderful community of writers, poets, and artists, featuring a musical performance, a live auction, and an open bar!

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Time & Location

Jun 06, 2024, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Brooklyn, 1016 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11218, USA

About the event

You're invited to join us for our annual Epiphany Summer Fete, celebrating our wonderful community of creatives. Epiphany Magazine is a semiannual print and online literary journal and an independent nonprofit that supports practicing writers at every stage of their careers.

This year's Fete will be a dreamy June night, filled with: mingling over cocktails and delicious hors d'oeuvres; inspiring words from our brilliant featured speaker, award-winning novelist Anne Landsman; music from the mesmerizing Miwa Gemini; and tantalizing auction prizes. All to be held at The Urbane Arts Club, a sprawling Victorian mansion and former speakeasy in Ditmas Park. Enjoy exploring the lovely porch, parlor rooms, ballroom (strewn with fairy lights!), and courtyard, where you're sure to find both old friends and new. We can't wait to share the evening with you!


When: Thursday, June 6th at 6:30-10:30pm

Where: The Urbane Arts Club

1016 Beverly Road, Brooklyn NY 11218

Attire: Cocktail

Admission: Ticketed

  • Your ticket gives you entry to a beautiful private arts club, access to an open bar for the entirety of the event, a selection of yummy hors d'oeuvres, musical entertainment, and the opportunity to bid on some fabulous auction prizes. Your tickets and donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for supporting the literary arts!



Anne Landsman is a novelist, essayist, and filmmaker. Her novels, The Rowing Lesson and The Devil’s Chimney, were awarded South Africa’s two top literary awards, the Sunday Times Fiction Prize and the M-­Net Literary Award and were nominated for the PEN/Hemingway Award, the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize, the Ribalow Prize and the Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature. She’s also written for numerous publications including Vanity Fair, The Washington Post and The Guardian, and has taught fiction and screenwriting in the M.F.A. programs at Columbia University, Brooklyn College and the New School for Social Research. She is currently directing and producing a documentary film, Daughters of the Wind, about Palestinian girls who ride and train horses.



Our live auction will be hosted by Jonathan-Bruce King



It’s hard to describe the music of Miwa Gemini. It’s hard to describe the music of Miwa Gemini. Much like the name suggests their sound is mercurial, drawing influences that range from Erik Satie to Beyoncé. Their songs were soaked in a whiskey barrel, dried off a balcony in Paris in the 1920's, and finally polished by the hustle and bustle of NYC. Their unique blend of watertight harmony is accompanied by a simple yet intricate instrumentation, and their infectious melodies will have you smiling in no time.


The Urbane Arts Club is a 1920s speakeasy turned events venue and arts community, where century-old elegance meets today's creative vibrancy in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.


  • Fort Hamilton Distillery: On a mission to recapture America’s finest spirits, we celebrate America’s original whiskey style, New York Rye. This style was the most popular libation in America pre-prohibition and serves as the base for the most discerning classic American cocktails. We honor the authentic tradition of New York Rye by using zero corn in our mash bills and by avoiding colorings, flavorings, or adulterating our whiskeys in any way.
  • The New York Distilling Company builds on the dream of an urban distillery by establishing one of the nation’s premier craft distilleries in the borough of Brooklyn. The distillery's aim is to create products and brands of exceeding quality and originality while building on an American cocktail heritage set in its second Golden Age.
  • The Red Hook Winery: Founded in 2008 by Mark Snyder, The Red Hook Winery aims to uncover and highlight the best vineyard sites in New York state. From the salty, sea-breeze-blown North Fork of Long Island to the stone, shale, and winter-dominated Finger Lakes, we work with grape farmers who give agricultural definition to New York’s nascent wine growing country. All Red Hook Wine is produced from grape to bottle at our winery on Pier 41.
  • Wino(t) is a small wine shop on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights with a focus on sustainable, organic, and biodynamic wines. We take pride in working primarily with small producers and hand selecting each and every bottle.
  • Cookies from Just A Nibble!

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