Let the library help you find the perfect read for Pride Month – Los Alamos Reporter



The staff of the Los Alamos County Library System is pleased to present Reading Books with Pride: An Evening of LGBTQ+ Literature on Thursday, June 23 from 7-8 p.m. Let the library help you find the perfect read in honor of Pride Month. From today’s most acclaimed queer poetry to lesbian romance set right here in Los Alamos, join us for a night of book recommendations. You are welcome to share your own book suggestions or simply come and listen.

Literary works to be discussed include The game by Jan Gayle, a lesbian romance of enemies to lovers set on the golf course in Los Alamos County; a collection of stories entitled Gender Euphoria: Stories from trans, non-binary and intersex writers by Laura Kate Dale; the queer poetry of the winners and finalists of the Lambda Literary Awards; and more. The program will be facilitated by Samuel Buelow, a library staff member who holds a doctorate in anthropology from Indiana University Bloomington.

This program is free to the public and is offered in a hybrid format, both in person and on Zoom. Registration is required for either option. Visit the Library Events Calendar at LosAlamosLibrary.org for more information or to register. In-person attendees, please join us in the upstairs conference room at the Mesa Public Library, 2400 Central Ave. in Los Alamos. Questions? Please call (505) 662-8257.

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