A site for feminist experiment.

Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas’ apartment, where they held one of the most influential and famous salons in Paris. Image from    Carto’s Library   . From    "How to hold a literary salon."

Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas’ apartment, where they held one of the most influential and famous salons in Paris. Image from Carto’s Library. From "How to hold a literary salon."

Taking inspiration from modernist salons and avant-garde little magazines, SALON is a real and a virtual space for experimental women writers, performance artists, and theorists to come together and share their work, ideas, and activism. The present socio-political climate demands that writers, artists, and academics create a community and foster dialogues that address the capacity of new writing to address current issues.