Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Join Me In Vermont at Black Sheep Books on Tuesday, August 14th at 7 p.m.


Three Queer Poets:
Readings by Julie R. Enszer, Merry Gangemi,
and Nicki Hastie

Tuesday, August 14 at 7:00 p.m.
at 4 Langdon Street, Montpelier, VT

Julie R. Enszer, a Maryland-based writer and lesbian
activist, is published in "Iris: A Journal about
Women," "Room of One's Own," "Long Shot," the "Jewish
Women's Literary Annual," and the "Harrington Lesbian
Literary Quarterly." Her book, "Homesteading: Essays
on Life, Death, Sex, and Liberation," is forthcoming
in winter 2008. For more on Julie, see

Merry Gangemi lives in Woodbury, VT, and is the host
of Woman-Stirred Radio, a weekly queer cultural
journal on WGDR 91.1 fm. Her work is published in the
"Paterson Literary Review," "Journal of NJ Poets,"
"Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly," the
"Harrington Lesbian Literary Review," "Vermont Woman,"
and the "Hardwick Gazette." She produces the annual
Tea & Poetry series, a Vermont literary festival now
in its sixth year. For more on Merry, see

Nicki Hastie lives in Nottingham, England. She is a
founding member of the Woman-Stirred blog. Her work is
published in "Chroma," "Diva," "Trouble & Strife," and
also in critical anthologies relating to women's
health, coming out stories, lesbian fiction, and
representations of lesbians in popular culture. For
more on Nicki, see

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Black Sheep Books, a community space and bookstore in
Montpelier, Vermont, offers affordable radical and
scholarly books, and hosts educational events on
cultural and political topics. As an all-volunteer
project, we are operated by a five-member collective
hand in hand with a group of dedicated volunteers. Our
principle focus is to provide access to
anti-authoritarian Left ideas in a way that promotes
intellectual debate and challenges today’s hegemonic
culture. Together with horizontalist social movements
and political projects, bookstores, infoshops, and
publishers, Black Sheep Books works toward an
egalitarian, ecological, and nonhierarchical society.

Black Sheep Books
4 Langdon Street, Montpelier, Vermont / 802-225-8906
Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6, Sun 11-5, Mon closed

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