Book club meets tonight to discuss Lori Ostlund's collection of short stories
Tonight is the Jewish showcase at Outwrite Bookstore and Coffeehouse
Gay humorist and author brings hit biting wit to the Cobb Energy Centre tonight to celebrate the release of his new book
Queer writing has come a long way since the scholarly secrets of Shakespeare’s sonnets, Walt Whitman’s naked bathers, and the scandalous behavior of bad girls like H.D. and Edna St. Vincent Millay.
Post-Stonewall, post-AIDS, and post-big-box bookstores, the changing landscape of queer lit offers perhaps the greatest diversity of writers, audiences, and venues ever.
It is in this context that this year’s Atlanta Queer Literary Festival shows signs of real growth.
Like New Orleans’ Saints & Sinners litfest in May, Atlanta’s AQLF in October has offered both local and national queer literary audiences a strong forum in the Southeast — something that had been missing until less than a decade ago.
Savannah is set to make history today when it holds its first Queer Power March