Sylvie Hill’s Russell Square Station: mine the trash

Sylvie Hill is a crazy cool writer with spot on taste in eyewear. She also has a passion for words and art.

When she told us about her quest to self-publish a second book of spoken word poetry and art we got excited. For this endeavor, Sylvie teamed up with artist Juan Carlos Noria to produce the very beautiful Russell Square Station: mine the trash. This is not digitally published for download, this is an actual book for you to linger over and hug. The book is now complete and ready to go, but Sylvie needs your help to get it printed.  Visit her Kickstarter page and donate to help get these tantalizing words and spectacular art into the hands of us all.

Support Sylvie Hill’s art. Support her passion.

Support Russell Square Station: mine the trash

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Born and raised in NYC, she began her lifelong love affair with music the moment she first heard T Rex. Throughout her life music has always been there … the steadfast fiend with no judgement, always accepting. It nourishes, it angers, it heals and it makes you feel embraced. It is a part of her just as a limb or a lung. If she can bring any of those feelings to people through her writing, not only does she feel she’s done her job, she feels like she’s given them a gift.

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