Alex Jovanovich, Faggot's Fangs

Gifts for the queerphobes in your life

What to get your evangelical Christian Aunt Suzie and Uncle Pete? Alex Jovanovich’s Faggot’s Fangs for only $20!  (18 x 24″, digital print, open edition) Sarah Schulman’s Ties that Bind: Familial Homophobia and Its Consequences, $16.95 (The New Press, 2009)  

BGSQD gifts

Holiday gifts at the Bureau

Clockwise from top: A. K. Burns’s Ass Poster (detail), Andrew Simonian’s Bi-Curious George, Danielle Henerson’s Feminist Ryan Gosling, and J. Jack Halberstam’s Gaga Feminism. All available at the Bureau.   Our lovely rubber stamp, from East Village institution Casey Rubber Stamps, makes every Bureau gift extra special. Thanks, John! Because choosing gifts for others is [...]

Samantha Box

Thursday, February 7, 6-9: Opening reception for Samantha Box: Invisible

SAMANTHA BOX – INVISIBLE A series of photographs taken between 2005 – 2012, documenting homeless queer and transgender youth in New York City February 7 – 28, 2013 Opening: Thursday, February 7 from 6-9 PM Since 2005, Samantha Box has dedicated herself to documenting New York City’s community of homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) youth. Her on-going [...]


Friday, February 8, 7 PM: Martin Hyatt, Luis Jaramillo, and Andrew Zornoza read at the Bureau

Meet three of NYC’s freshest, most buzzed about, original literary voices when Martin Hyatt, Luis Jaramillo, and Andrew Zornoza take the stage at the Bureau to share their latest work.   Martin Hyatt is the recipient of an Edward F. Albee Writing Fellowship and The New School Chapbook Award for fiction. His debut novel, A Scarecrow’s Bible, was published [...]

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 [...]