Come to “Sticky Pages,” three gay authors reading their erotic writing, Monday, December 5, 7:30pm to 8:30pm. Free admission, hot readings, and sexy door prizes! Andrew Demcak reads erotic poetry from Zero Summer, Rick May shares bedtime stories from Inhuman Beings: Encounters of Men and Not-Men, and Rob Rosen excerpts the juicy bits from his latest novel Midlife Crisis. Want more? You know you do. See you there.
Queer Young Adult Speculative Fiction authors at the Queer Words reading series, Tuesday, June 21, 7-8pm at Folio Books in Noe Valley. Skye Allen reads from her fantasy novel Pretty Peg, Andrew Demcak from his horror/super-powers novel A Little Bit Langston, and Tim Floreen from his scifi robot novel Willful Machines. Panel discussion on writing Queer YAs follows the readings.
There will be refreshments and door prizes. The authors will be signing.
Come see me read this coming Saturday at Rolling Writers Doubles. I'm reading Richard May (Rick)'s short story "The Green Bench" and Rick is reading a chapter from my new horror novel, The Girl Beneath The Water. It's going to be awesome. More info click here.
The Perfectly Queer Writers/Reader Series begins January 11, 2016, 7 pm, at Books Inc. in the Castro.
BARtab celebrates its sixth year of hosting Lit Crawl readings at Martuni's, the famed martini bar. Dubbed 'A Six-Pack of Stories' (although the martunis are recommended!), it features Mark Abramson, Andrew Demcak, Kay Nilsson, Jim Piechota, Jim Provenzano and Xan Roberti.
RADAR BANNED BOOK SERIES: YA EDITION w/ Daniel Handler, Andrew Demcak, Mariko Tamaki, Alvin Orloff and Tomas Moniz, Hosted by Michelle Tea
The Banned Book Book Club celebrates the rich history of banned and challenged books! Each month Radar chooses a theme and asks some of our favorite artists to read from their favorite banned or challenged books. For the month of APRIL RADAR partners with The Booksmith to bring you some of our most beloved young adult writers who will read from banned or challenged YA titles! Hosted by Michelle Tea.
"Celebrating banned books gives us the occasion to recognize books as the radical and subversive things that they are." -Michelle Tea