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RADAR PRODUCTIONS  ▽ Queer literary happenings in SF ▽ Next event: November Queer Reading Series at the library 👇🏽▽


Are you ready for this??!
We are now booking for the Sister Spit Tour, happening March 2018. For booking inquiries email info@radarproductions.org

TONIGHT meet Camilo at the October Queer Reading Series at the library (link in bio):
Camilo Villa is a Colombian artist and poet based in Oakland, California. He has performed in venues, such as The Queer Open Mic and Donde esta mí gente. Camilo holds a Fine Arts Degree with a minor in Social Action & Public Forms from the California College of the Arts. Some of his published work can be found in the culture and commentary magazine The Field Between. During the day he works at Learn. Love. Success, a non-profit organization committed to providing the highest quality after school programming for underserved and underrepresented students.

Tomorrow! We partnered with ¿Donde Esta Mi Gente? to bring you one magical lineup at the SF Main Library. Link in bio

Meet Tomas on Thursday at the October Queer Reading Series at the library (link in bio):
@raddadtomas is the founder, editor, and writer for the award winning Rad Dad which produced two literary anthologies: Rad Dad and Rad Families: A Celebration. His novella Bellies and Buffalos is a tender, chaotic road trip about friendship, family and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. He’s the recipient of the SF Literary Arts Foundation’s 2016 Mary Tanenbaum Award, the 2016 International Can Serrat Artist Residency, the 2017 Caldera International Artist Residency and the 2017 LPP+Residency in San Francisco. His first novel, King Pleasure, will be released summer 2018 by Hawthorne Books. He’s been making zines since the late nineties and loves penpals: PO Box 3555, Berkeley CA 94703. He promises to write back.

Meet Eliana on Thursday at the October Queer Reading Series at the library (link in bio):
Eliana Cetto’s work is an exploration of identity and power. Cetto reclaims environments to support her queer, fat, Latinx identity through video installations, performance, and alternative processes. She works to decolonize, and utilizes ritual, trends, and "selfie" culture as tools against the patriarchy. Cetto is currently teaching at her alma mater, San Jose State University, where she received her Masters of Fine Arts degree in Photography. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography with an Art History double major from the University of the Pacific.

This Thursday come meet Shruti at the October Queer Reading Series at the library (link in bio): The winner of two O. Henry Awards, Shruti Swamy's work has appeared in Agni, the Kenyon Review Online, the Boston Review, Prairie Schooner, and elsewhere. In 2012, she was Vassar College's 50th W.K. Rose Fellow, and has been awarded residencies at the Millay Colony for the Arts, Blue Mountain Center, Hedgebrook, and Willapa Bay AiR. She is a Kundiman fiction fellow, and a 2017-2018 Steinbeck Fellow at San Jose State University.

Join your spell casting community next Thursday October 12 for the October Queer Reading Series at the SF Main Library. 100 Larkin Street. 6pm. Free. Basement level.

4 days left to submit! (Extended deadline: this Sunday, 10/8!) Queer and trans writers of color: we want to read your work! 💖📝 link in bio!

DEADLINE EXTENDED! Submit by this Sunday for a chance to compete in Lucha Libro on 11/10 (and win $500 + the publication of your chapbook by @foglifterjournal ) Link is in our bio!

You guyz, today is the last day to enter to win a bag of AMAZING books by QTPOC writers from Dog Eared books by submitting 10-20 pages of your best prose to us. Some of the books include Since I Laid My Burden Down by Brontez Purnell, Indestructible by Cristy C. Road and even this page is white by Vivek Shraya ✨ submit now! Link in bio

Come through 《《Sep 14》》 for the September Queer Reading Series at the San Francisco Public Library - 100 Larkin Street - 100% free @ 6pm

"Nina Simone once  said, 'An artist’s duty is to reflect the times.' Long before I considered myself a real activist—or an organizer—that sentiment was always the most compelling reason for making art. I grew up in the Bay Area, a child of the ’90s... San Francisco was home to an incredible underground music scene dominated by women. The #SisterSpit tour with Eileen Myles and Michelle Tea was birthed at the dyke café-slash-activist hub the Bearded Lady, for example, and I remember I got to hang out with Exene Cervenka of X and Joan Jett. What they had done was always political." Read the rest at @wmag

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