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June 26, 2014 For Sizakele: A Performative Excerpt Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene AAACC 8pm Tickets: $12 – $20 THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED QCC will announce the new date for this show in its July newsletter. For Sizakele is a soul-stirring, lyrically beautiful novel that addresses queer African gender, transcontinental identity, inter-partner violence and how […]

June 24, 2014 When Gertrude Met Susan Hosted by Kay Turner MCCLA (after-party at The Lexington), 7:30pm FREE This Lesbian Literary Love Fest takes the form of a cat fight! Join Brooklyn-based performer, writer, and professor Kay Turner as she emcees a showdown between Gertrude Stein and Susan Sontag to determine who’s hottest. Twenty Bay […]

June 20-22, 2014 I will remember everything (World Premiere) Kitka Women’s Vocal Ensemble Eric Banks, composer text by “Russia’s Sappho” Sophia Parnok (1885-1933) June 20th – 8pm St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church June 22nd – 7pm St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church June 21st – Garden of Memory Festival/Chapel of the Chimes Tickets: $20-$40 […]

June 19, 2014 Cuéntamelo! Juliana Delgado Lopera Galería de la Raza 7pm Tickets: $5-$20 sliding scale Brown Paper Tickets Link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/671061 Stories of repression in underground Havana in the 60s; coming out trans in Catholic Puerto Rico in the 80s; Scarface, female impersonators, the “boat people;” San Francisco during the 80s and more!  A night […]

June 10, 2014 Bead by Bead: Contemporary Native Writing Indira Allegra/Jewelle Gomez/Kim Shuck AAACC 7:30pm Tickets: $12 – $20 Brown Paper Tickets Link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/671024 Bead by Bead: Contemporary Native Writing, is a literary salon featuring Two-Spirit authors making critical contributions to the fields of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Join Jewelle Gomez, Kim Shuck, Indira […]

June 4 Radar Superstar 6pm San Francisco Public Library Since 2003, RADAR Productions has hosted monthly literary performance  with an emphasis on queer-centric and underground voices. Each June, RADAR joins forces with the National Queer Arts Festival and the James C Hormel Center of the San Francisco Public Library  to present their queerest and most […]