Are You Coming To The Holiday Party
Buy Tickets Today! H.O.W. Journal wants to see you
on Sunday, Dec 6th, 6pm - 9pm
at Macao Trading Co.
311 Church Street, NYC 10013

$15 advance tickets (no longer available)
$20 at the door
Funds raised at this event will be used to start an art, music and film-making program for young adults at Safe Space. For more info. please see below.

Readings by Tao Lin and Willie Perdomo

Free Drinks from 6-7pm!

Holiday Costume Contest
judged by the H.O.W. Editors. Dress as a character from literature, film, theatre, art etc. Creativity is greatly valued!
1st Prize: $300
2nd Prize: Dinner for two at one of NYC's best restaurants
3rd Prize: A gift certificate to Exhale Spa

A Written Word Booth
In 5 minutes or less fill an index card with your best poetry, prose, blatherings and let Honor Moore judge the winner.

DJ Bobby Teenager on the turntables.
Dreidel spinning.   Santa & Elves raffling off prizes!
Issue #5 available for the masses.

Gift Drive
Please bring gifts for the Safe Space kids: CDs, DVDs, clothes, computers, Ipods, books etc. Anything you think a 16-20 year old might like.

Want to download a PDF invite for the event?

$20.00 at the door

$15.00 - Pre-Sale Ticket
1 Ticket to Holiday Party.
No Longer Available - Door Tickets Only
Can't make it? Show your support for H.O.W. Journal by making a contribution. Thank you!

About H.O.W. Journal

H.O.W. Journal is an art & literary journal that publishes an eclectic mix of today's prominent writers and artists alongside upcoming talents with an effort to raise money and awareness for the 15 million children worldwide that have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. We publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art.

About Safe Space

Funds raised at this event will be used to start an art, music and film-making program for young adults at Safe Space. This program gives them the opportunity to work creatively and express themselves in new mediums. The program will help develop the self-confidence and self-esteem necessary to lead positive and productive lives.

Safe Space works with the city's most at-risk youth and families to build strong families and promote self-sufficiency. Their unique and holistic services are progressive and meet the ever-changing needs of the people they work with each day. Their mission remains urgent: to protect kids, keep them safe and help them grow.

Safe Space serves nearly 10,000 youth and their families throughout Queens and Manhattan using an integrated system of innovative programs in three core areas: Children and Family Services, Young Adult Services and Community Health Services.

Their Young Adult Services are designed specifically to provide young people with the skills necessary to become self-sufficient, successful and productive adults. Young adulthood is a time for discovery, exploration and personal growth. In addition to the typical pressures that young adults face, the young people they work with often lack supportive relationships to guide them through what can be a difficult transition.

Questions? Please email:

H.O.W. Journal, Helping Orphans Worldwide, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Contributions to H.O.W. Journal are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Buy Tickets Today!