You Should Go: Lambda Literary Awards Nominees Mingle and Drink at the Dalloway

Hey New York City, what are you guys doing tomorrow night, like around 7:00 PM? I was probably going to sit quietly at home and read a book in my pajamas, but why do that when you could talk about books with a bunch of hot girls? Lambda Literary Award finalist Jeanne Thornton (The Dream of Doctor Bantam) and OR Books will be celebrating the winners and nominees of this year’s Lambda Literary Awards with a lovely get-together at our favorite local lady bar, The Dalloway.  It’s a great opportunity to talk about writing in LGBT circles, meet new literary-minded individuals and enjoy a fancy cocktail. Additionally, there will be a drink ticket giveaway for the first twenty people who buy The Dream of Doctor Bantam. Vanessa and I will definitely be there, and you should definitely come buy me a Middlebrow.


For more information and to RSVP, visit the Facebook event page!

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  1. AUTOSTRADDLE, stop making me feel like I should live in NYC! Or maybe keep doing it. Actually, what I mean is, tell me about all these things happening in advance instead of saying “this is today or tomorrow!” and I will actually find a way to get myself to them.

    love yooooouuu

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