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ALL EVENTS ARE FREE . 212-362-8835. NEAR THE NO. 1 TRAIN
Hosted by Lou Pizzitola
Barnes & Noble Bookstore
2289 Broadway at 82 Street New York City.
Call ahead to confirm an event. 212-3628835.
Wednesday, Jun 1 Start: 7:00 pm
Lois Walden: One More Stop
Lois Walden, songwriter and co-creator of the gospel group The Sisters of Glory, reads from her debut novel the LAMBDA award-nominated One More Stop. Margot Harley, co-founder of The Acting Company and Lois’ longtime partner will introduce this event.
Wednesday, Jun 8 Start: 7:00 pm
Steven Petrow with Thomas Roberts: Steven Petrow’s Complete Gay & Lesbian Manners: The Definitive Guide to LGBT Life
In tonight’s Pride event, TV journalist Thomas Roberts talks to syndicated writer Steven Petrow about his new book, Steven Petrow’s Complete Gay & Lesbian Manners, a witty, insightful encyclopedic book aimed at the 15 million-plus LGBT Americans.
Thursday, Jun 9 Start: 7:00 pm
Michael Bronski with Martin Duberman: A Queer History of the United States
Author Michael Bronski talks about his new book, A Queer History of the United States, an engaging, accessible and scholarly work about gay life in America, with writer and activist Martin Duberman.
Thursday, Jun 16 Start: 7:00 pm
Don Lemon: Transparent
Don Lemon, Emmy Award-winning CNN correspondent, joins us for this special Pride event and talks about his memoir Transparent, his path to journalism and the secrets about himself that he’s kept hidden from the public.
Monday, Jun 20 at 7:00 pm
Bob Smith with Eddie Sarfaty, Susan Blackwell and Lea DeLaria — Remembrance of Things I Forgot
Bob Smith, essayist, novelist and comic performer (first openly gay comedian to appear on The Tonight Show) joins fellow performers Eddie Sarfaty, Susan Blackwell and Lea DeLaria for a reading of Smith’s new novel Remembrance of Things I Forgot.