Welcome to ALX Community, DC’s new home of co-working and collaboration. Our space is a flawlessly designed shared office community, located in the heart of Old Town, Alexandria, and is perfect for DC area working professionals. Our members include entrepreneurs, small businesses, freelancers, financial professionals and non-profit organizations.Located next to the Potomac river and just steps away from historic King Street in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, this unique, multi-story building was built for collaboration and includes a beautiful dog-friendly co-working space, plenty of meeting rooms, a patio on the Waterfront Promenade, and Alexandria’s first dedicated Conference Center. We have flexible plans to accommodate any busy professional or company regardless of size or need. We’d love to show you around! Whether you need a place to work for the day, month, or a year- we have you covered. Our flexible membership plans allow you and your team to achieve your best.
Tension Free Tuesday
Wellness Happy Hours
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Q&A with Alexander Chee
May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Help keep Old Town Books open by taking one of our new, pay-what-you-can virtual writing classes!
Suggested donation is $20 and we ask that you consider purchasing the author’s book at oldtownbooks.com and take advantage of $1 shipping.
About the class format:
Join us from the comfort of your home for a Q&A with Alexander Chee on his books, the writing process, and more. Zoom meeting information will be emailed to participants one day prior to the scheduled event date. Email with zoom information will come from email@example.com not eventbrite.
About the instructor:
Alexander Chee is the author of the novels Edinburgh, The Queen of the Night, and the essay collection How To Write An Autobiographical Novel, forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in April of 2018.
He is a contributing editor at The New Republic, and an editor at large at VQR. His essays and stories have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, T Magazine, Tin House, Slate, Guernica, and Out, among others.
He is winner of a 2003 Whiting Award, a 2004 NEA Fellowship in prose and a 2010 MCCA Fellowship, and residency fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the VCCA, Civitella Ranieri and Amtrak.
He is an associate professor of English and Creative Writing at Dartmouth College.
Your donation is helping us keep our tiny bookstore open, thank you!