"QUEER CRIPS" Gets a Sendoff

THE PARTY IN PICTURES

On 22 November 2003 the Hormel Center at the San Francisco Public Library hosted a reading and reception to celebrate the publication of "Queer Crips: Disabled Gay Men and Their Stories," the first anthology of writing by and about gay men with disabilities.

Above, editors JOHN R. KILLACKY (L) and BOB GUTER show off the prize.

We are indebted to Jim Van Buskirk and Marti Goddard of the San Francisco Public LIbrary for making the "QC" book launch a huge success.

 

MICHAEL PERREAULT (left) and TOM METZ prepare to read excerpts from their work, "Acting for Others, Acting for Myself," and "Love is All Around: My Life as a Married Crip."

Ask your local independent bookstore to stock "Queer Crips," order it from any standard online source, or directly from the publisher, Haworth Press.

 

ROB ROTH (L) talks to John Killacky. Rob read from "Boy Scout of America."

 

BLAINE WATERMAN prepares to autograph a copy of "Queer Crips." Blaine read from "Hustlers, A Buyer's Guide."

 

CHRIS HEWITT's contributions to "Queer Crips" include poetry and prose. At the Library Chris read four poems.

 

More "QC" readings:
26 January at 7:30 PM. Black Oak Books, Berkeley, CA
28 January at 7:30 PM.A Different Light, SF, CA

 

Photos © 2003 Tommy Georgette

 

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BENT: A Journal of CripGay Voices/January 2004