Up My Spot Trio

Sunday, February 10, 7 PM: Up My Spot: Readings by Mia Brunner, Nick Von Kleist, and Zee Whitesides

Up My Spot celebrates poetry that queers language, explores modes of representation, and creates sites of non-normative histories, identities, and intimacies. It features three graduating poets from Eugene Lang of The New School, Mia Bruner, Nick Von Kleist, and Zee Whitesides. Mia Brunergrew up in Los Angeles and moved to New York in 2009 to attend  The New School where she [...]

Tuesday, February 12, 7-8:30 PM: Queer Lives in Print: A Memoir-Writing Workshop

The instructor’s goal is to collect enough pieces over a year or so to include in an anthology to be published be Queer Street Books, Inc. Participants will need to bring pen and paper or an electronic device on which they can write. About the instructor: Hal W. Lanse, PhD is an author, educator and literacy coach. His education book Read [...]

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Wednesday, February 13, 7 PM: SATANICA

Contributors to SATANICA read at the Bureau. SATANICA is a limited-edition publication curated by Gio Black Peter & Christopher Stoddard for those dedicated to a life of pleasure, excess & self-reflection. Gio Black Peter, Christopher Stoddard, Bruce Benderson, Slava Mogutin, Max Steele, and Micki Pellerano will read. The 350 copies of SATANICA have sold out, [...]


Thursday, February 14, 7 PM: Vladimir Cajkovac on Posters Addressing the AIDS Crisis

Vladimir Čajkovac, a curator from Zagreb, Croatia, will speak about his eighteen-month project in Dresden, where he works as a research fellow at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum on the project AIDS as a Global Media Event: An intercultural comparison of posters and their imagery, culminating in an exhibition and a series of related talks. Čajkovac’s residency in New York for the month [...]

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A lovely night with In the Flesh at the Bureau

Contributors to the online queer zine In the Flesh performed at the Bureau last night to a great crowd that filled the space. The Bureau warmly thanks the readers: In the Flesh founder Ella Boureau, Glenn Marla, TL Cowan, and Banjela Davis (aka Zachary Frater)! We hope to host In the Flesh for another event in [...]