Fabulocity and Fierceness: A Reading by Lambda Fellows@LITQUAKE

When: Saturday, October 15, 2011, 8:30-9:30pm
Litquake Goes Totally Gay For 2011 (well, in a manner of speaking)
4 of 6Where: Viracocha, 998 Valencia St., SF
Cost: FREE
C. Adán Cabrera is the queer son of Salvadoran refugees. To learn more about him, visit
Belo Cipriani is a Lambda Fellow, Literary Death Match Champion, and the author of Blind: A Memoir.
Meg Day is a Pushcart-nominated poet, nationally awarded spoken-word artist, and badass
arts educator.
Cole Krawitz is a writer, teacher, and poet published in Tidal Basin Review, Connotation Press, The Forward, and more.
Oscar Raymundo is a San Francisco-based writer working on his first novel.
Dawn Robinson is a butch-fag-diva living and working the gender-blur in Oakland and is currently writing a novel.
July Westhale is a femmeshark/radical-archivist. She believes her story should be remembered, and yours should too

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