Out of Cupids Mouth MEDIA RELEASE

Out of Cupid’s Mouth—Warm Love in A Cold Month 

Quick listing: 7th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair and The Pat Parker / Vito Russo Center Library present “Out of Cupid’s Mouth—Warm Love in A Cold Month.” Tuesday, Feb 24, at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center, 208 West 13th Street in Greenwich Village. 6:30 PM wine reception. Program 7 to 8:30 PM. Suggested donation $10. Moderated by Perry Brass, with Philip F. Clark, KT Grant, Debra Hyde, Ashley Inguanta, Ansley Moon, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Robert Siek, & Kay Williams.

 

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The 7th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair and The Pat Parker / Vito Russo Center Library present

Out of Cupid’s Mouth—Warm Love in A Cold Month

Tuesday, Feb 24, at the Center, 208 West 13th Street in Greenwich Village (14th Street stop on the 1, 2, 3 trains). 6:30 PM wine reception. Program 7 to 8:30 PM. Suggested donation $10.

February. Brrr. Still dark. Final slog through winter. What will get you through? Wine, poetry, women and guys! An evening of powerful, multi-generational voices on the warmth of love, moderated by author and RBF coordinator Perry Brass. With:

Philip F. Clark. Poems in Assaracus, Lyrelyre, Between: New Gay Poetry, Poetry in Performance, and The Good Men Project. Reviews and interviews in Lambda Literary Review, and The Conversant.

KT Grant. Top 10 best-selling author at Amazon, as well as a multiple All Romance Ebooks best seller and a Night Owl Reviews Top Author Pick. Author of THE PRINCESS’S BRIDE and SCANDAL IN THE WIND, all pop culture lesbian best-sellers in romance.

Debra Hyde. The Charlotte Olmes mystery series, set in Gilded Age 1880s New York. Her lesbian BDSM novel, Story of L, a 2011 Lambda Literary Award winner for lesbian erotica. Her short fiction backlist, spanning over a decade of writing, will be re-released as an ebook mini-collection in 2015.

Ashley Inguanta. The Way Home (Dancing Girl Press/ The Writing Disorder), For the Woman Alone (Ampersand Books), and forthcoming collection Bomb (Ampersand Books). Art Director of SmokeLong Quarterly. Ashley loves to stand in the rain.

Ansley Moon. Born in India and raised down South in Georgia. Poetry collection How to Bury the Dead (Black Coffee Press); poems in J Journal, PANK, Southern Women’s Review. Recipient of a Kundiman fellowship and a BinderCon scholarship.

Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes. Young, queer, 2nd-generation Colombian immigrant, poet, scholar, activist. Appears in Feminist Studies Journal, Kudzu House Review, Write Bloody’s Anthology We Will Be Shelter, & National Queer Arts Festival.

Robert Siek. Poetry: Purpose and Devil Piss (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2013), chapbook Clubbed Kid (New School U., 2002). Has appeared in Court Green, The Good Men Project, Painted Bride Quarterly, The Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide, and VACZINE, as well as anthology Between: New Gay Poetry. Lives in Brooklyn.

Kay Williams. Professional actress now writer. Co-author Butcher of Dreams, a suspense novel about the theater, and The Matyroshka Murders, thriller set in Leningrad in a modern disintegrating Russia.

Books will be available for sale through the Bureau of General Services, Queer Division.

For more information: http://www.rainbowbookfair.org

email: belhuepress@earthlink.net

The Rainbow Book Fair is a Project of CLAGS, the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the City University of New York. To register for the Rainbow Book Fair, or become a friend of the RBF go to: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1434026. Select “Rainbow Book Fair” under the “Special Purpose” pull down menu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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