niaking:

What do these artists all have in common? You can find interviews with them in my new book Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives! Co-edited by Jessica Glennon-Zukoff and Terra Mikalson, this book is the first of it’s kind, a unique collection of interviews with political writers and artists such as Janet Mock, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Magnoliah Black (1st photo), Kiam Marcelo Junio (2nd photo), Lovemme Corazón, (3rd photo), Ryka Aoki, Nick Mwaluko, Fabian Romero, Van Binfa, Micia Mosely, Miss Persia, Daddie$ Pla$tik and more. Available for pre-order now!

Shout out to Gunjan Chopra, Weily Lang, and Amirah Mizrahi for transcribing the interviews! <3

freelgbtqpia:


There has been a recent explosion of interest in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Perspective Psychology amongst students and academics, and this interest is predicted to continue to rise. Recent media debates on subjects such as same–sex marriage have fuelled interest in LGBTQ perspectives. This edited collection showcases the latest thinking in LGBTQ psychology. The book has 21 chapters covering subjects such as same sex parenting, outing, young LGBTQ people, sport, learning disabilities, lesbian and gay identities etc. The book has an international focus, with contributors from UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

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freelgbtqpia:

There has been a recent explosion of interest in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Perspective Psychology amongst students and academics, and this interest is predicted to continue to rise. Recent media debates on subjects such as same–sex marriage have fuelled interest in LGBTQ perspectives. This edited collection showcases the latest thinking in LGBTQ psychology. The book has 21 chapters covering subjects such as same sex parenting, outing, young LGBTQ people, sport, learning disabilities, lesbian and gay identities etc. The book has an international focus, with contributors from UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

[PDF]

Queer Arts Festival! (Vancouver)

watchtheswitch:

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Living in Vancouver? The Queer Arts Festival starts next week, and continues on through August 9. The festival includes theatre, dance, visual arts, recitals, dialogues, workshops, readings, and parties.

This year’s theme is ReGenerations, a defiant reclaiming of the phrase “degenerate art,” one that “embraces the premise that art can be dangerous, even revolutionary.”

If you’re local, check it out!

queerartsfestival.com

(image by Christina Cooke, from the exhibit Butch)

publishbiyuti:


b. binaohan’s first print book is now available!
decolonizing trans/gender 101 is a short, accessible disruption of the hegemonic and imperial aspirations of white trans/gender theory. it seeks to remedy the reductive (and, thus, violent erasure) nature of trans/gender 101s that seek to explicate (but really construct) a white trans/gender discourse assumed to have universal legitimacy. a legitimacy that has widespread implications and consequences far beyond the borders of whiteness.
Buy the ebook! (it includes an epub and a pdf)
Buy the print edition!
Don’t forget that biyuti publishing subscribers can read the web-book to their heart’s content!

publishbiyuti:

b. binaohan’s first print book is now available!

decolonizing trans/gender 101 is a short, accessible disruption of the hegemonic and imperial aspirations of white trans/gender theory. it seeks to remedy the reductive (and, thus, violent erasure) nature of trans/gender 101s that seek to explicate (but really construct) a white trans/gender discourse assumed to have universal legitimacy. a legitimacy that has widespread implications and consequences far beyond the borders of whiteness.

Buy the ebook! (it includes an epub and a pdf)

Buy the print edition!

Don’t forget that biyuti publishing subscribers can read the web-book to their heart’s content!

topsidepress:

The wonderful (and Lammy-winning) poet Trish Salah is doing a FREE WORKSHOP for trans/two-spirit/generqueer writers at the Feminist Art Gallery (25 Seaforth Avenue) in Toronto this Sunday, 3pm. There are only ten places and several are gone already. Register (quick!) by emailing her at trishsalah@yahoo.ca.

(Sybil Lamb is going, but said she wouldn’t take up a full space, because she takes so many bathroom breaks!)

topsidepress:

The wonderful (and Lammy-winning) poet Trish Salah is doing a FREE WORKSHOP for trans/two-spirit/generqueer writers at the Feminist Art Gallery (25 Seaforth Avenue) in Toronto this Sunday, 3pm. There are only ten places and several are gone already. Register (quick!) by emailing her at trishsalah@yahoo.ca.

(Sybil Lamb is going, but said she wouldn’t take up a full space, because she takes so many bathroom breaks!)