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New Queer Books at Perfectly Queer San Francisco
May 14, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0
Charlie Jane Anders, Sara Cahill Marron, Joseph Cassara, and Baruch Porras-Hernandez read from their new books at Perfectly Queer San Francisco on Tuesday, May 14, 7pm at Dog Eared Books Castro, 489 Castro St. Free admission, free wine and donuts, and door prizes at 7 sharp to reward the punctual!
Here’s more info on the authors and their books:
Charlie Jane Anders is the author of THE CITY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT and ALL THE BIRDS IN THE SKY. Her fiction has won the Hugo, Nebula, Locus, Crawford, Sturgeon and Lambda Literary Awards. She hosts the monthly Writers With Drinks reading series and co-hosts the Hugo nominated podcast “Our Opinions Are Correct”.
Sara Cahill Marron is a writer from New York City currently living in Washington, D.C., studying to become a lawyer. Her book REASONS OF THE LONG T’UM is available through Broadstone Books, independent bookstores, and online. She has been published in the Dark Matter Journal, Chagrin River Review, Foliate Oak Magazine, Gravel, OUT/CAST, Crab Fat Magazine, The Newton Literary Review, FLARE, and others. Read more of her work here: saracahillmarron.com
Joseph Cassara was born and raised in New Jersey. He holds degrees from Columbia University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He is the author of THE HOUSE OF IMPOSSIBLE BEAUTIES (Ecco, 2018), which is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award in Gay Fiction, the Edmund White Award for Best Debut Novel, and was the winner of the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award for Best Fiction Book of 2018. He has been the recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. He is currently an assistant professor of creative writing at the California State University, Fresno.
Baruch Porras Hernandez is the author of the chapbooks I MISS YOU, DELICATE and LOVERS OF THE DEEP FRIED CIRCLE, both published by Sibling Rivalry Press. He recently had the honor of touring with the legendary Sister Spit Queer Radar Productions 2019 poetry tour. He is a two-time winner of Literary Death Match, a Lambda Literary Fellow in Poetry and in Playwriting. He’s been featured with Writers with Drinks, has performed several times LitQuake, Quiet Lightning, and lives in San Francisco.