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QWPS presents: We Were Always Crazy, Freely Singing Queers
October 6, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pmFree – £8
To mark the 30th anniversary of the first collection of Scottish lesbian and gay literature, And Thus Will I Freely Sing, we are bringing together queer writers from the original collection and across later generations for readings and chat. Featuring contributors to And Thus and its 1992 follow-up, The Crazy Jig, as well as recently published queer anthology, We Were Always Here. We will be joined by author, activist, and co-founder of Scotland’s original LGBT bookshop, Lavender Menace, Sigrid Nielsen, writer and activist, Jane Carnall, and writer and poet, April Hill. The discussion will be chaired by writer and co-editor of We Were Always Here, Ryan Vance.
In partnership with Queer Words Project Scotland and Category Is Books.
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