About perrybrass

Perry Brass, from Savannah, GA, has published 17 books; his latest is "King of Angels", a gay Southern, Jewish coming-of-age novel set in Savannah in 1963, the year of J.F.K’s assassination. He is a Lambda Literary Award finalist 6 times in three categories (science fiction, poetry, and gay spirituality); finalist for the Ferro-Grumley Fiction Award; has won 4 “Ippy” Awards; appears in 30 anthologies of poetry, fiction, and essays; and has been involved in the lgbt movement since 1969, when he co-edited Come Out!, the world's first gay liberation newspaper. In 1972, he co-founded the Gay Men's Health Project Clinic, the first clinic for gay men on the East Coast, still operating as New York’s Callen-Lorde Clinic. He is a founding coordinator of the Rainbow Book Fair, the largest lgbt book event in the US. He has also had 70 poems set to music by composers like Ricky Ian Gordon, Chris DeBlasio, Scott Gendel, Gerald Busby, Christopher Berg, and Paula Kimper. You can connect with Perry at https://www.facebook.com/perry.brass; or through his website perrybrass.com

Rainbow Book Fair

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NIGHTS IN ANOTHER COUNTRY  CLICK HERE
Tuesday, OCT. 21, 2014  6:00—8:30pm
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center
208 West 13th Street, NYC

THE 7th ANNUAL NEW YORK RAINBOW BOOK FAIR  CLICK HERE 
Saturday, APRIL 18, 2015  Noon–6pm
Holiday Inn Midtown  440 W. 57th Street, NYC