Hey Que(e)ries! We’re off to ALA again in June and want to see you! We’re planning a party for Sunday, June 29 in Las Vegas and we’re inviting Librarian Wardrobe and the GLBT Roundtable to join us to put the fun in fundraising!
More information soon.

Hey Que(e)ries! We’re off to ALA again in June and want to see you! We’re planning a party for Sunday, June 29 in Las Vegas and we’re inviting Librarian Wardrobe and the GLBT Roundtable to join us to put the fun in fundraising!

More information soon.

gayfacesgayplaces:

[image: dapper woman in suspenders holds sign that states “I am a QUEER female college of charleston staff member. SHAME ON YOU, GARRY SMITH, for trying to limit S.C. Students’ access to LGBTQ stories.  LGBTQ STORIES ARE HUMAN STORIES.” in front of pink blossoms]

gayfacesgayplaces:

[image: dapper woman in suspenders holds sign that states “I am a QUEER female college of charleston staff member. SHAME ON YOU, GARRY SMITH, for trying to limit S.C. Students’ access to LGBTQ stories.  LGBTQ STORIES ARE HUMAN STORIES.” in front of pink blossoms]

Writing Trans Genres | May 22-24, 2014

queerbookclub:

Writing Trans Genres invites writers, performers, critics, and community members to participate in developing critical contexts for reading and interpreting an emerging body of literature by transgender, transsexual, two spirit and genderqueer writers.

Reposting because the deadline for submissions is coming up - March 1st!

housingworksbookstore:

thetinhouse:

Whitman Illuminated: Song of Myself illustrated by Allen Crawford—Coming soon from Tin House Books!

Psssst Allen Crawford will be here in late May! More info to come, natch.

housingworksbookstore:

thetinhouse:

Whitman Illuminated: Song of Myself illustrated by Allen Crawford—Coming soon from Tin House Books!

Psssst Allen Crawford will be here in late May! More info to come, natch.

thecowation:

And now, for an announcement:
This weekend is the NYC 2014 Feminist Zine Fest! 
Come out to the James Room (4th Floor, Barnard Hall) at Barnard College on 116th and Broadway between 1-6pm this Saturday, March 1st to trade zines, listen to zinesters read their work, and just be old school rad with us!
And, to pump you up even further, I created a mixtape in partnership with Homoground to get us charged for the fest! Check it out by clicking the picture above or this link right here.
See you Saturday!

thecowation:

And now, for an announcement:

This weekend is the NYC 2014 Feminist Zine Fest!

Come out to the James Room (4th Floor, Barnard Hall) at Barnard College on 116th and Broadway between 1-6pm this Saturday, March 1st to trade zines, listen to zinesters read their work, and just be old school rad with us!

And, to pump you up even further, I created a mixtape in partnership with Homoground to get us charged for the fest! Check it out by clicking the picture above or this link right here.

See you Saturday!

At ALA Midwinter this year, Que(e)ry was excited to learn that Philadelphia had named a street after activist Barbara Gittings, who among other things was involved in LGBT activism for libraries in the 1970s, resulting in the first LGBT caucus in a professional organization in the United States.
Also from ALA Midwinter, the GLBTRT announced the 2014 Stonewall Book awards, the 2014 Rainbow Book List, and the 2014 Over the Rainbow Book list. Check them out and promote them in your libraries!

At ALA Midwinter this year, Que(e)ry was excited to learn that Philadelphia had named a street after activist Barbara Gittings, who among other things was involved in LGBT activism for libraries in the 1970s, resulting in the first LGBT caucus in a professional organization in the United States.

Also from ALA Midwinter, the GLBTRT announced the 2014 Stonewall Book awards, the 2014 Rainbow Book List, and the 2014 Over the Rainbow Book list. Check them out and promote them in your libraries!

queerbookclub:

Queer books out in October 2013. Know any others?

[Image description: ten book covers, including Chopper! Chopper! Poetry from Bordered Lives by Veronica Reyes, A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Catwalk edited by Valerie Steele, Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark, Blood Marriage Glitter & Wine by S. Bear Bergman, Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives edited by Sara De Jong and Sanne Koevoets, Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive by Julia Serano, Friend. Follow. Text. #stories From Living Online edited by Shawn Syms, Under the Rainbow: A Primer on Queer Issues in Canada by Jeannete A. Auger and Kate Krug, Wallflower by Heidi Belleau, and The Daylight Gate by Jeanette Winterson.]

The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History: A Google Map of Brooklyn's Lost Queer History

queermuseum:

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“I felt that blush in my chest as we talked stupid talk never quite revealing our queerness to each other but somehow wordlessly generating volumes of desire like some kind of sublanguage that makes you want to splash into it even with all its tensions.”

― David Wojnarowicz, The…

“A Tribute to Rebecca Rosenthal: A Night of Music, Art & Remembering,” presented by Amanda Palmer, Neil Gaiman, Brian Viglione and other friends of Becca’s will take place at the Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Boston, MA, on Monday, October 7th at 7:00PM. All proceeds benefit the Rebecca Samay Rosenthal ’07 Memorial Special Collections Fund at Smith College. Tickets are on sale online and at the Somerville Theatre box office (55 Davis Sq. on the Red Line open daily 4:00PM-8:00PM).

“A Tribute to Rebecca Rosenthal: A Night of Music, Art & Remembering,” presented by Amanda Palmer, Neil Gaiman, Brian Viglione and other friends of Becca’s will take place at the Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Boston, MA, on Monday, October 7th at 7:00PM. All proceeds benefit the Rebecca Samay Rosenthal ’07 Memorial Special Collections Fund at Smith College.

Tickets are on sale online and at the Somerville Theatre box office (55 Davis Sq. on the Red Line open daily 4:00PM-8:00PM).