LGBTQ advice columnist John Paul Brammer writes a “wise and charming” (David Sedaris) memoir-in-essays chronicling his journey from a queer, mixed-race kid in America’s heartland to becoming the “Chicano Carrie Bradshaw” of his generation.
“A master class of tone and tenderness.” —The New York Times Book Review (Editors’ Choice)
“Should be required reading.” —Los Angeles Times
We hope you join us–come to this one, come to all of them, come every now and then when you are interested in the book or have time–you are always welcome and wanted here.
We typically meet for 1.5-2 hours with a break in the middle. If you haven’t read the book, but would like to enjoy nice humans, listen to the discussion and maybe ask some questions…absolutely, come.
Book is not included, but White Rabbit would love for you to use the public library or purchase from an indie! Water and bathrooms are available, and Black Ink will be open for treats or drinks if you so desire–thank you for not bringing in outside food.
It helps us when you purchase attendance in advance, to make sure we have enough for a group! If there are only one or two attendees on the day before the book group, we will post on Facebook and our website that it has been cancelled. We will return your admission fee or push it forward to the next one (this doesn’t happen often!), whichever is best for you.
If the participation cost ($4.99) is not in your budget, please message us to participate for free – no one will know the difference. Yay reading!
Please use this FB link to RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/236190165883705/?acontext=%7B%22event_action_history%22%3A%7D