Dixon Place Presents New! Work! Now!: A Reading Featuring John Weir, Sarah Schulman, Saeed Jones, and Morgan M. Page
John Weir, Sarah Schulman, Saeed Jones, Frederick McKindra, Morgan M. Page, Diana Cage, Bryn Kelly, Cat Fitzpatrick, Morgan Goode
Date: Monday, April 21, 2014
Time: 7 pm
Place: Dixon Place Lounge, 161A Chrystie St.
The Dixon Place Lounge is open before, during, and after the event. Proceeds directly support Dixon Place’s artists and mission.
2014 Women for a New Los Angeles Luncheon
Where: Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills
When: Friday, May 9, 2014
Reception: 11am, Luncheon Program: 12pm
This month, a consortium of cultural organizations is hosting a series of New York City wide events celebrating the work of James Baldwin. (more…)
Vermont College of Fine Arts is pleased to welcome Carol Anshaw and Rigoberto Gonzalez to the award-winning faculty of the 19th-annual Postgraduate Writers’ Conference, to be held August 11-17, 2014 on the historic Montpelier, VT campus. (more…)
Paradise Magazine, the most pleasurable publication to hit the newsstands in ages, is throwing a launch party on April 14th from 8PM-4AM at Tropical 128 in Lower Manhattan. In tune with Paradise’s spirit, the event will be free and include enough tropical décor to warm your Monday night. (more…)
Already being called “authentic, honest” and “a must-read for us all,” BOYS, An Anthology (Though Catalog) debuted at #1 on the Amazon.com Gay & Lesbian eBook charts in October of 2014 and then again 1-month later on the print book charts. Now weeks later, BOYS will be having its West Coast launch party on February 23rd, 2014 in Los Angeles. (more…)
The Rainbow Book Fair is the most exciting LGBT book events in the U.S. The 5th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair featured more than 100 publishers, writers, poets, editors, booksellers, and the 1,000+ readers who love and buy their books—from the serious to the wild, from the zany to the super hot. The Rainbow Book Fair is open to the public with book discounts and giveaways. $3 Admission suggested donation.
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A stellar group of literary, theater and musical talent will gather for the 2014 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, marking its 28th anniversary, March 19-23. The five-day fête honors the legendary Tennessee Williams, his works, and literary life in the adopted city he called his “spiritual home” and features two days of master classes; a roster of lively discussions among distinguished panelists; celebrity interviews; theater, food and music events; a scholars’ conference; short fiction, poetry and one-act play competitions; a breakfast book club; French Quarter literary walking tours; a book fair; and special evening events and parties. (more…)
Gay City, Queer Geek! Seattle and Gay Romance Northwest Meet-up are partnering together for a special Gay City Meet the Author event with four Washington State writers who boldly explore star systems and fantasy realms while spotlighting LGBT main characters and relationships. (more…)