Let me just say that, as an American, few things are as entertaining as reading one’s words translated into British English, as in:
Summers “…eschewed traditional maternity wear for voluminous trousers, braces and dungarees.”
On May 1 (4-6 PM) I will be giving a talk at the University of Chicago to accompany the opening of an exhibit of original bristol board art from Pregnant Butch. The exhibit is being presented by the Artists’ Salon of the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, Project Director, Hillary Chute. The exhibit will be up for three weeks and is open to the public.
In conversation with Trish Bendix of AfterEllen.com
…You might get this, a lamphrey! Or if you’re lucky, a harmless Lampda. Anyway, besides the review, there is additionally an interview with me about PB at Lambda Lit:
A.K. Summers reads and shows slides from her graphic memoir Pregnant Butch at NYC’s Bluestockings Bookstore on Wed., April 23 at 7 PM. A great opportunity to hang out with A.K. and to shop for alternative menstrual products!
A.K. Summers reads from her graphic memoir Pregnant Butch at Providence, Rhode Island’s BOOKS ON THE SQUARE, at 7 PM. Books on the Square, 471 Angell St., Providence, RI 02906.