April 9, 2016 – Rainbow Book Fair 2016

Rainbow2016Tomorrow, April 9, 2016!

Erin and I will be vending (and reading) at the Rainbow Book Fair in NYC. We will have paperbacks of all our titles that exist in paperback on hand. This includes solo works. If you already own our books and just want to come say hi or get things signed, please do that! We would love to see you!

In addition to our titles, we’ll also be hosting Erica Kudisch for a signing of her new fantastic and fantastical gay lit novel, The Backup, from 2-3pm. The book will be available to purchase at our table all day, and she might be around more, but if you want to talk to her about music, rock gods, and more, that’s the hour you absolutely, positively want to show up (the book is a race car of fabulous unsettling weirdness and you should all read it; p.s., it’s not a romance).

Where:

Rainbow Book Fair 2016

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 W. 59th Street (just west of 10th Avenue)
Saturday, April 09, 2016
12:00pm – 6:00pm

Suggested donation is $3 at the door, but no one will be turned away.

The even describes itself as follows:

Once a year, approximately 1500 people get together in New York City to mingle, get to know each other, enrich, broaden, and even extend their lives through the amazing medium of LGBT books.  The New York Rainbow Book Fair is America’s longest-running LGBT book fair, and the largest LGBT book event in the country.  It has grown every year since its beginning in 2009.  It brings together thoughtful, interesting people of all ages, from early teens to those in their 70s and 80s; from a spectrum of countries, ethnicities, gender identities, and viewpoints.  It attracts readers and writers of course, but also publishers, editors, agents, and media attention – people who have never experienced queer culture, and others who have made it the focus of their lives.  Rainbow Book Fair is open to the public, with book discounts and giveaways.

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