Category: Persephone Birthday
To celebrate our birthday, I’m going to crochet for one of our readers something made just for them.
Scarf weather is rapidly approaching here in the northeast US, and I would love to contribute to your cold weather wardrobe!
In honor of P-Mag’s birthday, I’m giving away two skeins of hand-dyed yarn, one each to two winners.
There’s nothing we love more here than unicorns*, so I’m crocheting a custom amigurumi unicorn for one lucky winner!
P-Mag is stylish, and so are its readers. To celebrate our birthday I’ve crocheted one lucky reader a suitably stylish wrap in comfy cotton.
I have the privilege of giving away a special guest gift! As someone who experiences mental health issues, I was awestruck when I saw the print that is being given away. Abigail Southworth is a friend of P-Mag and graciously created and donated the print that we are giving away.
For Persephone’s birthday celebration, I am offering an Ethiopian scarf. It is new. It is made of Ethiopian cotton. Like many Ethiopian scarves, it has a very, very slight sheen to it. It is in muted, autumnal colors — soft orange/red, green, and gold with knotted ends in a soft taupe. It feels substantive but not […]
Happy birthday, Persephone Magazine!
My sweet birthday unicorns, my dear bloggy poodles, it’s our f’ing birthday, let’s celebrate like unicorns do.
Birthday Giveaway: UfYH Mugs
Happy birthday, P-Mag! Let’s have coffee to celebrate!
Longtime readers know that our tagline rarely stays the same for more than a few weeks at a time. This giveaway will allow up to 10 winners to choose what our tagline says for 24 hours.
Happy birthday, Persephone! I have been at Persephone a little more than a year and a half now, and it has been one of the greatest things ever to happen to me. I have met some amazing people and it has allowed me to channel my love of music and lists into long diatribes about […]
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What if one of Paris’s most elegant, most sought-after demimondaines lived the life of the girl about town as a vampire in modern-day Brooklyn? V. M. Gautier dares to ask that question and has spun a very believable tale of the life Marie Duplessis might live as one of the undead in her slickly written […]