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Happy Pride!

Happy Pride, queers! If you’ll be out and about today, please stop by the Bureau to view our current exhibition: Hunter Reynolds and Maxine Henryson: I-Dea The Goddess Within, Gay Pride 1994. Hunter will be at the Bureau from 4 to 7. So please stop by, say hello, have a drink, see the exhibition, and [...]

The Bureau hosted 171 Events in 2014!

Did you know that in 2014 the Bureau hosted a total of 171 events? We estimate that approximately 3500 people attended these events, featuring some 575 appearances by artists, authors, and performers combined! This does not include the number of people who visited the Bureau during regular store hours in 2014, but it’s safe to say that several thousand people [...]

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David Lavine: Collage Extended through Sunday, March 29!

Image: David Lavine, K-K-Krammm Fawhoooossshh, hand-cut paper collage, 20” x 20.5”   The Bureau is very pleased to announce that we are extending our current exhibition, David Lavine: Collage, through Sunday, March 29! Furthermore, David’s work was recently featured on the Advocate’s website! Congratulations, David! Several works that are not in the exhibition at the Bureau are featured on the [...]

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Bureau Interview with Steven Cordova on Lambda Literary (February 5, 2015)

Friend of the Bureau Steven Cordova (author of poetry collection Long Distance) recently interviewed us for Lambda Literary. Check it out here!      

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Review of Peter Nickowitz’s Cinema Vernacular by Anthony Thornton

In Cinema Vernacular, playwright and screenwriter Peter Nickowitz treads precarious ground: poetry’s consistent flirtation with film. One is tempted to catalog the dilettantes of contemporary poetry who have handled the subject with all the subtlety of an atom bomb. It would be wasted space, considering Nickowitz has written a lush yet taut collection of poetry [...]