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Don’t Miss This Year’s 11th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair

Don’t Miss This Year’s 11th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair

Author: Paige Cohen

September 11, 2012

Join your favorite authors and artists this Sunday, September 30th for the 11th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the West Hollywood Library and West Hollywood Park, 625 North San Vicente Boulevard. To name a few of this year’s participants: Audrey Bilger (Here Come the Brides! Reflections on Lesbian Love and Marriage), Dan Bucatinsky (Does this Baby Make Me Look Straight?), Stephen A. Williams (For Colored Boys: Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Still Not Enough), Charlie Jensen (Divining Divas), George Snyder (Down the Garden Path and On Wings of Affection), Mignon Moore (Invisible Families: Gay Identities, Relationships, and Motherhood Among Black Women), Eduardo Santiago (Tomorrow They Will Kiss)Randall Neece (Gone Today, Here Tomorrow: A Memoir), Sheryl Lee Ralph (Redefining Diva), and many many more.

From West Hollywood -The Creative City:

This year’s Book Fair will feature 13 stages with hundreds of acclaimed authors and artists, 100 exhibitors, live performances, culinary demonstrations, children’s theater programming, and workshops across a broad spectrum of works. The 2012 Book Fair will also feature new genre-specific and multi-genre stages in addition to performance areas that carry on the success of the past ten years.

Book signings and purchases will follow each event. Admission, shuttles, and parking are FREE.

The Lambda Literary Foundation will have a table at the fair. Please make sure you stop by and say hello!


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About: Paige Cohen

Paige Cohen is a graduate of The New School M.F.A. program. Her writing appears or is forthcoming in PANK Magazine, Berfrois Magazine, Gertrude, BuzzFeed LGBT, T(OUR) Magazine, and Writer's Bloq Quarterly. Her short films have been featured in the San Francisco Frameline, New York NewFest, and Salem Film Festivals. She currently lives in New York City.

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