Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother

The 2017 FRIGID Festival presents Jamie Brickhouse’s solo show Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother Based on his critically-acclaimed memoir that Interview calls “As funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher” and Lambda Literary Review calls “fabulous… [at times] sad, hysterical… well written.” Written and performed by Jamie Brickhouse Directed by Obie-winning David Drake (The Night Larry Kramer Kissed… read more

Gay History Month @ The Burbank Public Library

In Fragmented Citizens, Stephen Engel contends that the present moment in gay and lesbian rights in America is indeed one of considerable advancement and change–but that there is still much to be done in shaping American institutions to recognize gays and lesbians as full citizens…. read more

Juicy Fruits: A Pack of Lesbian Writers

Juicy Fruits: A Pack of Lesbian Writers Hear five (5) lesbian writers – poets, memoirists, performers – read at the amazing Bureau of General Services Queer Division at The Center. Celebrate lesbian writers. This is the beginning of a twice-a-year series. Included in the reading: Mariel Reyes, Ana Ana Božičević, Candace Williams, Donna Minkowitz, Sarah… read more

Banned Books Week: Celebrating Diversity

Celebrating Diversity @ Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in NYC Join the sponsors of Banned Books Week for an inspiring evening of readings celebrating the work of diverse writers and authors. Scheduled readers so far include Daniel José Older, Ibi Zoboi, Taran Matharu, Tiffany D. Jackson, Mariela Regalado, Sydney Valerio, and celebrated LGBT authors Charles Rice-Gonzalez… read more