6 February 2015

A Handbook For Women Who Do Creative Work

Freelance travel, culture and lifestyle journalist Phoebe Lovatt moved to Los Angeles in 2012 and started missing her London-based group of girl friends who also do creative work—that is why she decided to set up The WW Club or The Working Women’s Club, a physical and virtual space where women can “meet, collaborate, learn and just generally hang out”.

In addition to a four-day pop-up event in the city, Lovatt is also launching her first book, which is titled The Handbook For Women Who Do Creative Work—as you would expect, it is filled with short but useful advice for women who are working in the creative industries.

The book is now available for purchase here—featuring inspiring and insightful interviews with several successful women, it would be a great read for any female creative.

Head over here to read an interview with Lovatt on both The WW Club and her new book.

[via i-D, images via Phoebe Lovatt]