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Queer Division: Readings by Max Steele, Sophia Le Fraga, and Julian Talamantez Brolaski

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Queer Division: Readings by Max Steele, Sophia Le Fraga, and Julian Talamantez Brolaski
February 24, 2013 7:00 PM
February 24, 2013 9:00 PM
February 10, 2013
Bureau of General Services–Queer Division
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Strange Loop Gallery, 27 Orchard St., New York, NY, 10002, United States
Steele Le Fraga Brolaski

QUEER DIVISION is a reading series of queer writers who queer writing to engage all things pretty, ugly, and in-between hosted by Andrew Durbin at the Bureau of General Services–Queer Division.

Photograph by Amos Mac

Max Steele is a performer and writer. He has presented work at the New Museum, Rapture Cafe, Deitch Projects, Envoy Enterprises, and the Queens Museum of Art. He writes the psychedelic porno poetry zine Scorcher, and is an Artist in Residence at Brooklyn Arts Exchange.
Sophia Le Fraga‘s poetry has appeared in Lambda Literary Review’s Poetry Spotlight, The Broome Street Review, and Lemon Hound, among other publications. It has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum and the Corcoran Gallery, and in 2011, her Whitman erasure Song of Me and Myself was shown throughout Berlin. Her chapbook I DON’T WANT ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE INTERNET (Keep This Bag Away From Children) was exhibited in Valle Ortí’s Online/Offline: Encoding Everyday Life show in Valencia, Spain. Her collection, I RL, YOU RL is forthcoming.

Julian Talamantez Brolaski is the author of Advice for Lovers (City Lights 2012), gowanus atropolis (Ugly Duckling Presse 2011) and co-editor of NO GENDER: Reflections on the Life & Work of kari edwards (Litmus Press / Belladonna Books 2009).  Julian lives in Brooklyn where xe is an editor at Litmus Press and plays country music with Juan & the Pines ( New work is on the blog hermofwarsaw.

Andrew Durbin co-edits Wonder, a publisher of art books, ephemera, pamphlets, and glossies. He is the author of the chapbook Reveler (Argos Books, forthcoming January 2013). His writings have appeared (or are forthcoming) in the Boston Review, The Brooklyn RailConjunctionsMaggy, and elsewhere. He is an associate editor of Conjunctions, and lives in New York City.