Immerse yourself in wondrous words and celebrate literature that brings to life inspirational voices from yesterday and today. Contemporary activists will present pieces from Stroppy Dykes: Radical Lesbian Feminist Activism in Victoria During the 1980s, Smash The Church, Smash the State: The Early Years of Gay Liberation, Revolution She Wrote and poems from Yellow Woman Speaks by Asian American lesbian, Merle Woo, and Anonymous Premonitions by deadly Bidjara woman, Yvette Holt.
Readers will include Jean Taylor, from Dyke Books, and Dandy Nicholson and Tara Mitchell, from Radical Women, with a host of surprise guests still to be announced.
Saturday, 18 August
Doors open at 4:00 pm and Program commences 4:15 pm.
A delicious winter dinner and social catering for meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans will follow the celebration. A $10 donation is requested for dinner. No charge for the reading.
580 Sydney Road, Brunswick
Catch an Upfield train to Anstey, a Sydney Road tram to Stewart Street, or there is plenty of free parking available at the rear (enter from Staley Street).
Co-hosted by Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party
Add a Comment