Design*Sponge Book Tour: Austin, TX!

by Grace Bonney


I’m so excited to announce the details of our In the Company of Women book tour stop in Austin, Texas! On Friday, October 7th, I’ll be moderating an amazing panel with an incredible group of local women as part of the Texas Book Festival!

I’ll be joined on stage by Nikisha Brunson of Urban Bush Babes and Folie ApothecaryNorma Jeanne Maloney of Red Rider Studios, Ashley and Christina Cheng of SPUN Ice CreamNatalie Davis of Canoe and Kirsten Dickerson of Raven + LilyWe’ll be talking about life, work and and everything in between. They’ll be sharing so much wisdom and inspiration, you won’t want to miss this talk!

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE! (Thank you Book People and Texas Monthly for your support with this event)

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Each ticket includes a copy of In the Company of Women, the panel discussion, a book signing afterwards and a limited-edition illustration tote, while supplies last. See you in Texas! xo, grace

*Click here to pre-order the book (worldwide!) and check out the other dates on our book tour!

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