Debi Lowry reads from her book "Three Grim Fairy Tales and a Happy Ending" tonight at Outwrite"
For more than 40 years, John Waters has been one of the most original voices in contemporary pop culture. His films, including “Pink Flamingos,” “Desperate Living,” “Polyester,” “Hairspray” and “Pecker,” brought the underground and independent creative spirit to mainstream audiences.
Waters is also the author of several books, including his latest, “Role Models,” released last month. In “Role Models,” Waters pays homage to the people, some famous, some not, who helped to make him who he is today.
Writer Larry Corse presents ‘Someone Bought the House on the Island: An Operatic Dream in Two Acts’ tonight
A clinical psychologist in Atlanta, Dr. Glenda Corwin has spent a decade focusing on sexual intimacy between women. Her message to female couples? The rumored and feared “lesbian bed death” doesn’t have to happen, but it takes work to keep the sexual flames burning.
“Over the years working as a therapist with lesbian clients, I have heard them discuss their fear that there’s no way to keep passion alive in a long-term relationship – that lesbian bed death is inevitable,” Corwin says.
Local poet hosts reading tonight at Outwrite Bookstore and Coffeehouse
Lambda award winner K.M. Soehnlein visits Outwrite
Chessen Parker, better known in Atlanta as YouthPride leader Frances-Ann Moran, reads from her debut novel tonight at Outwrite.
Authors Jane Vollbrecht, Mavis Applewater and Chris Paynter visit Charis this evening.
Lesbian author Fiona Zedde bids farewell to Atlanta