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Tuesday, February 5, 7 PM: Book Club meeting: Michelle Tea’s Valencia

Book Club is a queer book club that meets every six weeks or so to discuss books. On Tuesday, February 5th, Book Club will meet at the Bureau to discuss Michelle Tea’s Valencia, which is available at the Bureau.

New Press: A New Generation of Queer Pops Up on Orchard Street in The Lo-Down

February 2013 print edition of The Lo-Down on pages 16 and 20.  

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Strange Loop Gallery to host the Bureau through March 31, 2013

We are very happy to announce that Strange Loop Gallery has once again agreed to extend our stay. The Bureau of General Services–Queer Division lives on at Strange Loop Gallery through March 31, 2013! Thank you, Claire and Alesia! Strange Loop will collaborate with the Bureau to bring you more engaging exhibitions and events in March, [...]

Homocats Fight the Power

Last day of J. Morrison, HomoCats: Fight the Power, Sunday, February 3rd

J. MORRISON HOMOCATS: FIGHT THE POWER January 12—February 3, 2013 Opening reception with onsite screenprinting of a free commemorative edition by the artist Saturday, January 12, 2013 6 to 9 PM Bureau of General Services—Queer Division Pop-Up Shop Hosted by Strange Loop Gallery 27 Orchard Street (between Canal St. and Hester St.) New York, NY [...]

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Thursday, January 31, 7 PM: Contributors to Pros(e), journal of Red Umbrella Project

Pros(e) is the inaugural literary journal of the Red Umbrella Project (RedUP), a community organization which amplifies the voices of people who have done transactional sex, through media, storytelling, and advocacy programs. The volume is edited by Melissa Petro, and the contributors include rentboy.com blogger Dominick, Anna Saini, Dana Wright, Essence Revealed, Josh Ryley, Kelley Kenney, LD Sorrow, Lovely Brown, Marcia Chase, and Veronica Vera. From goodreads: “a tight, well-edited compilation.” [...]