All events listed below take place online. Please visit the organizers’ websites for details.

Latest Past Events

WeHo Reads Presents: Rajiv Mohabir, Jubi Arriola-Headley and Dare Williams

WEHO Reads Presents: Rajiv Mohabir, Jubi Arriola-Headly, and Dare WilliamsIn celebration of LGBTQIA+ Pride Month and as part of the City’s One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival – Poets read and discuss works by mentors they’ve never met along with their own work. With Rajiv Mohabir, author of "The Cowherds Son," Dare Williams, Jubi Arriola-Headley, author of "Original Kink," and musical guest Jayson Joseph of Elephants With Guns. Program can be viewed on the WeHo Arts Youtube ChannelWeHo Reads is partnering with Book Soup for book sales and we highly encourage you to buy author books and to support your local brick & mortar bookshops. To purchase books please visit hereThis event is part of the City of West Hollywood's WeHo Reads literary series. To see details on the entire series visit www.weho.org/wehoreads.

Hen House at Home ft. Martha Cooley, Sadie Hoagland, and Dariel Suarez

The next event in our Hen House at Home virtual series features three fantastic novelists Martha Cooley, Sadie Hoagland, and Dariel Suarez! This is bound to be a captivating reading and conversation as the authors discuss the intricacies of finding identity in the face of uncontrollable circumstances. A lottery winner, a polygamist commune survivor, and a Cuban lawyer walk into a bar… and you’ll have to tune in to find out what happens next. Tune in on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/redhenpress, our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/redhenpressbeats, or our website at www.redhen.org/virtual. We hope to see you there, and order Sadie, Martha, and Dariel’s books now from our webstore! https://shop.aer.io/Red_Hen_Press/cl/Spring_/218726

Free

Smashing Stereotypes in YA

In celebration of Suzanne Park's new book Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous, we will host Park in conversation with Aminah Mae Safi, This is All Your Fault, as they discuss how they are smashing stereotypes in YA. They'll talk about creating strong, distinct characters and the conscious choices they make as authors along the way. Register for the Zoom here: https://lapl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqdOGopj4oH9EIeXyAram2v7Rv6ZgjrdVQ For ADA accommodations, call (213) 228-7430 at least 72 hours prior to the event.

Free

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