Truth Tellers and Troublemakers: Shelley and Free Love

Presented with Chandelier Creative


Percy Bysshe Shelley ditched his first wife and their child for a new woman, who went on to invent Frankenstein; then for a third woman he wrote a powerful love poem called "Epipsychidion" -- which makes the argument that monogamy is deeply flawed. Join me for class that is one part poetry appreciation, one part recommendation for an orgy.




Location: Chandelier Creative

611 BROADWAY, Suite 900 | NEW YORK, NY 10012

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Other upcoming Olios


Dec 15

Sex, Memes, & Classical Music: A Think Olio Holiday Party

Taught by Miscellaneous Happy Hour
7 p.m. at Brooklyn Art Library

Sign Up - $20

Dec 20

Voices in the Pavement: Street Art and Gender Equity

Taught by Marissa Gutierrez-Vicario
7:30 p.m. at The Commons Brooklyn

Sign Up - $12

Jan 22

Becoming a Superpower: America's Expansion and Influence

Taught by Ward Regan
7:30 p.m. at Strong Rope Brewery

Sign Up - $15

Jan 26

Noise in NYC: Percussion Music and the Urban Jungle

Taught by Whitney George
7 p.m. at Strand Bookstore

Sign Up - $20


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