Jeremy Adam Smith, Shareable's founding editor, is doing this cool talk in San Francisco this coming Thursday about sharing among parents. The twist here is that the talk will focus on sharing that can happen among parents that's not related to parenting. Here's the event write up with registration link at the bottom:
Jeremy Adam Smith is the founding editor of Shareable, a nonprofit online magazine that tells the story of sharing, from car sharing and clothing swaps, to childcare coops, potlucks, and cohousing. He's also the editor of Rad Dad: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Fatherhood, the founder of the website Daddy Dialectic and author of the book The Daddy Shift, and an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in The Nation, San Francisco Bay Guardian, San Francisco Chronicle, Wired, and numerous other periodicals and books. Jeremy will talk about sharing, not for babies but for us, and how parents can share in San Francisco.
This lecture is part of Howl, a new monthly series in San Francisco of non-parenting talks for new moms and dads, to which you can bring your baby. Halfway between a lecture and a salon, Howl enables parents to participate in San Francisco's cultural scene while their babies play—in the same space. Diverse speakers will talk on subjects from visual arts to literature, politics to lifestyle, braving noise and interruption to offer brief, bite-sized information. With no need for baby-sitters, parents can contribute to discourse beyond diapers.