Sunday, June 14, 2009

Stonewall Reading, June 27

The Atlanta Queer Literary Festival and the Special Collections Department of the Atlanta-Fulton County Library team up to present a day of readings to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, which ushered in the gay rights movement in America. Readings will take place on Saturday, June 27, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Central Library in Downtown.

Performers include: Malika, Patrique Vosges, Larry Corse, Alice Teeter, Elliott Mackle, Robin Kemp, Cleo Creech, Karen G, Dustin Brookshire, Bob Strain, Antron Rechaud, Stanley Fong, Lakara Foster, Megan Volpert, Collin Kelley, Guerin Asante, Queen Sheba, Lisa Allender, Deb/ra Hiers, Jessica Hand, Theresa Davis, Yolo Akili, KenJ Martin, Reginald Jackson, Sincere, Kristyl Dawn Tift and Franklin Abbott.

The library is located at 1 Margaret Mitchell Square in Downtown Atlanta. We strongly encourage visitors to take Marta to the Peachtree Center station. There is an entrance/exit directly across from the library's front door.

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