Reading at the Rainbow Book Fair This Saturday

by Tilt

If you’re in New York this Saturday, I highly recommend stopping by the Rainbow Book Fair. In addition to all of the wonderful LGBT presses & journals in attendance, the fair will once again be featuring a day-long Poet’s Salon Reading.

I’ll be reading between 11-12 with Bill Kushner, Steven Cordova, Jimmy Lam, Jason Roush & William Leo Coakley. The Salon goes on all day & will feature all kinds of great poets.

Where: LGBT Center – Room 310

When: 11 am – 5 pm

The complete list of readers is after the jump.


Bill Kushner

Steven Cordova

Saeed Jones

Jimmy Lam

Jason Roush

William Leo Coakley



Austin Alexis       

Andrew Durbin

Michael Klein

Tony Leuzzi

Charan P. Morris

Angelo Nikolopoulos

Eric Norris

Evan J. Peterson



Guillermo Filice Castro

Ron Drummond

Seren Divine

Andrew Durbin

Darrel Alejandro Holnes

Dawn Lundy Martin

Jee Leong Koh

Richard Tayson


2pm -3pm

Eric Norris

Joel Allegretti     

Sara Jane Stoner

Jameson Fitzpatrick

Davidson Garrett

Gregg Shapiro

Stephanie Gray

LeNair Xavier



Collin Kelley

Evan J. Peterson

Ocean Vuong

Richard Marx Weinraub

Tim Trace Peterson

Steven Riel

Scott Hightower



Tanika LaDawn Harbor

Dean Kostos

Zoe Contros Kearl

Douglas A. Martin

Bakar Wilson

R. Erica Doyle

Sam LaRoche


Regie Cabico

Nathaniel Siegel

James Purdy



2 responses to “Reading at the Rainbow Book Fair This Saturday

  1. Thanks, Saeed! Looking forward to meeting you.
    Love and monsters,

  2. Hi Evan,

    I wasn’t able to stay at the reading very long as I had a friend’s get-together at 1. Thanks for the note! Hope to see you soon.


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