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Read(y) to Wear Benefit Fashion Show

Most of the time, being a writer is decidedly NOT glamorous. I shudder to think how many hours I’ve spent sitting in front of my laptop, shoulders hunched over the keyboard, with coffee stains on my leggings. But every now and then, the author life opens the door to a “pinch me I’m dreaming” type of opportunity. The Read(y) to Wear fashion benefit was one of such opportunities. On April 29, 2017, I got to “model” a paper dress made by fellow writer Holly Tierney-Bedord, and walk the runway with several lovely literary and design-minded people from Madison and surrounding areas. Proceeds from ticket sales went to Madison Reading Project, a literacy organization for youth. You can see me doing my little thing on the catwalk on this news clip.

Photos by Joel Ondercin and Josh Herritz, hair by Chrysalis, antique estate jewelry on loan from Victoria Sterling.

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