Ruby Assembly: A Room of One’s Own

A Room of One’s Own is an extended essay by Virginia Woolf. A feminist tract, it argues for a literal and physical space for women’s writing – a space Virginia deemed essential to the female author. I won’t go on about the patriarchy here, ‘coz they already get too much press. What I will share with you, however, is my beautiful new study, a work in progress and a haven for my writing. I now truly have a room of my own, and I feel a great sense of professional achievement and freedom.

Ahhh. My bird-motif study. And my, what big hair! An homage to Helena Bonham-Carter, praps.

Enough space to merchandise beautiful memories and bon-bons.

A ghostly Victorian friend to watch over me, courtesy of Maman Ruby Assembly.

Desk mark 2 with better hair. Pink computers write better copy.

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About the Author:

Digital polymath and Director of Melbourne’s social media agency Ruby Assembly, Iolanthe Gabrie knows good business. Creating inimitable brand content of rare depth, Iolanthe is a mentor, speaker and author with a focus on the startup space. Iolanthe builds exceptional online voices and develops productive, engaged communities across social media platforms for individuals, businesses and organisations.

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  1. Elizabeth June 14, 2011 at 6:59 am - Reply

    Great to see Ms Iolanthe.. 🙂 and yes, pink computers write better. Good day for writing I’d say. x


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