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Thaisa Frank reading in Berkeley

Thaisa Frank will be reading from her new novel, Heidegger’s Glasses on January 27th in Berkeley. The event will take place at University Press Books at 6:30. To see other readingdates/venues for Thaisa, join her mailing list by visiting her website:

Join Us in Celebrating 35 Years of Kelsey Street Press!

KSP is having an anniversary extravaganza—a reading and party on January 28, 2010. The event will begin at 7:30 at Books and Bookshelves, 99 Sanchez Street in San Francisco. In addition to snacks and bargain KSP books, the following KSP friends will each read from new or previous works for …

1220 Wood Street House Reading

Susan Gevirtz reads from the new chap Broadcast (Trafficker Press). The glowing, post-Jerry Garcia honey bear, Susan’s amber necklace, a bonfire that came after. Even goldeny threads in Baby Sitka’s quilt. This kind of light presided. Lauren Levin reads from new work in what I was thinking of as the …

Visible: A Femmethology

Sunday July 5th, 6:00 pm Femme- an identity that has caused controversy, celebration and ridicule- is now the topic of a two-volume set from Homofactus Press and editor Jennifer Clare Burke titled Visible: A Femmethology. Bay Area contributors Amy André, Sand Chang, Sherilyn Connelly, Kimberly Dark, Daphne Gottlieb, Alex Holding …