Author Julie Bindel talks about her book ‘Straight Expectations’, in which she traces the developments in the gay community in the last forty years and asks if actual progress has been achieved.
Culture Reporter Laura Macdougall reviews ‘Breeders’. The play deals with a lesbian couple’s wish to have baby and runs at the James’s Theatre until 4th October 2014.
We hear from Jean Findlay who wrote a biography about C. K. Scott Moncrieff called ‘Chasing Lost Time: The Life of C. K. Scott Moncrieff: Soldier, Spy and Translator’. He is best known for his translation of Marcel Proust’s ‘À la recherche du temps perdu’.
American author Joan Nestle presents the latest edition of Sinister Wisdom, a multicultural lesbian literary & art journal. She also talks about her life. In 1974, for example, she co-founded the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn.
Writer Paul Burston offers us details about Polari’s national tour this autumn. London’s LGBT literary salon host events in Brighton, Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester, where it features established and emerging LGBT writers.
Gracey Morgan, member of the Southwark Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Network, speaks about the Bi-Visibility Day and a panel discussion on 25th September at Southwark Council that brings together leading bisexual activists, writers, thinkers, and community members.
Poetry slam performer Anna Kahn talks about her work and her upcoming appearance at Queer’Say at the Canada Water Culture Space on 2nd October.
Filmmaker Nathan Evans chats about a selection of his short films that serve as a fundraiser for his first feature ‘The Grey Liberation Front’, to star Simon Callow and Nina Wadia. The screening takes place at Hackney Picturehouse on Sunday 12th October 2014.
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