Scott James, whom you should all remember from interviewing me for that story in the NY Times and for coming on to Magnet Book Club to talk about his novel SoMa, has invited me to do a reading as part of Litquake, San Francisco’s weeklong literary festival.
Litquake in the Castro takes place on Saturday, October 6 at 1pm (the day before Castro Street Fair). I will be joined by fellow LGBT writers and poets Meg Day, Daphne Gottlieb, Brontez Purnell and Rob Rosen.
The cool thing about this reading is that it’s going to take place outside in the midst of the Castro, Jane Warner Plaza, where the F train turns and the nudists sunbathe. And since this will probably be the only time I will ever be asked to do an event outdoors, I am contemplating doing a very special reading of Confessions of a Boy Toy. You’ll have to come check it out.
Litquake in the Castro: Saturday, October 6 at 1pm in Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro.