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WeHo Reads: Shining Like Beacons
June 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This online reading and panel discussion creates a safe space for writers who use their personal lives and literary careers as means to contribute to and strengthen their communities especially during LGBTQIA+ Pride Month. In collaboration with Lambda Literary, this event shines a light on and basks in the glow of talented writers with exceptional stories and ideas to share with the world.
K-Ming Chang is the author of Bestiary, Gods of Want, and the forthcoming novel Organ Meats. Golden is the author of A Dead Name That Learned How to Live (Game Over Books) and the photographic self-portraiture series On Learning How to Live. They currently live in Brooklyn, NY (Lenapehoking land). Kamden Hilliard is the author of MissSettl (Nightboat Books, 2022), their debut collection of poems, and a member of the Faculty at Choate Rosemary Hall. Natalie Wee a queer creator and the author of two poetry collections, Our Bodies & Other Fine Machines and Beast at Every Threshold. Born in Singapore to Malaysian parents, Natalie is currently a settler in Tkaronto.
The event is free and you can watch via YouTube Live on the WeHo Arts channel. Learn more at www.weho.org/wehoreads/
WeHo Reads is a literary series presented by the City of West Hollywood. More information and events at www.weho.org/wehoreads. BookSwell, a literary events and media company dedicated to lifting up writers from historically excluded communities, is producing the WeHo Reads 2023 season. Additional support is provided by UCLA Extension Writers’ Program and Poets & Writers as well as media partnerships with Bookshop.org, Book Soup, and Los Angeles Review of Books.