LGBT History Month is coming up: part 1

New cover for Arachne Press version of mosaic - image copyright Melina Traub

Mosaic of Air – image copyright Melina Traub

You may have realised from the last couple of posts, that I’m a bit of a history gal.  So of course I am taking part in a few events over February.

First out of the traps:

Lewisham Library 199-201 Lewisham High Street, SE13 6LG (see the videos)

6th February 7.45  for 8, until 9.30

free, but ticketed. 40 tickets available so probably wise to book.

Lewisham 6-2-14 posterI will be reading from Mosaic of Air (It’s twenty years since it was first published, it qualifies as history – actually that’s a bit alarming – there are quite a few historical stories in it, and what are now period pieces but were contemporary at the time! ).

I will be joined by poet Kate Foley,

Kate Foley  VG Lee-2

humorist  V.G. Lee and debut novelist V.A. Fearon.

V A Fearongirl with treasure chest

one window north - foley

(Incidentally, should you be keen enough to want to come to all the events I’m involved in over February, I shall be making an As You Step Outside front interimeffort to read something different each time, and the focus will vary too.)

2 thoughts on “LGBT History Month is coming up: part 1

  1. Pingback: LGBT History Month events | Cherry Potts, Writer

  2. Though I says it as shouldn’t, being one of the participants, that Lewisham Library gig was great! I loved the work of the other performers and the audience – so warm and friendly – played no small part in establishing the kind of atmosphere that every performer needs. Despite bad news from many homophobic parts of the world it does feel as if in this small sliver of it we may have turned a corner. Good luck with the rest of the LGBT month events – and thanks to Cherry and Lewisham Library.

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