Archive for April 16th, 2012
An evening of readings from STS (Golden Brothers), Lisa Schonberg (Fieldguided) & Bee Lavender (Lessons in Taxidermy)
Golden Brothers by STS
Golden Brothers is the debut novel of musician, ‘zine writer (“Way Down Low,” “The Gay Hotel,” “Nightmare Girl”) and Queercore activist STS. It’s a beautiful, utterly strange tale, a “gay alien sci fi pornographic love story,” says sts. Eileen Myles says “Golden Brothers is made out of the strange uncommon beauty that fills the empty spaces outside of capitalism. Scenes change swiftly as music. Life and death are moments.”
Golden Brothers is the first book in Publication Studio’s new Fellow Travelers series which extends the pioneering work of Paris-based Olympia Press’s Traveller’s Companion series of the 1950s and ’60s, It is co-published with Gay Bird Press.
$16 soft cover; $10 DRM-free ebook
Fieldguided by Lisa Schonberg
In this book, entomologist Lisa Schonberg presents her research from summer 2010, through drawings, text, and sound recordings. The book includes 9 tipped-in newsprint “plates” and a free download of eleven field recordings that is also available here. Lisa studied neotropical entomology at The Evergreen State University in Olympia, Washington. She is a drummer and played with the bands The Strangers, Kickball, Explode Into Colors, and STLS, among others. Her previous book, The DIY Guide to Drums, is available here.
$24, softcover. $10, DRM-free ebook.
Fuck You Seattle by Bee Lavender, from the Madonna & Me anthology
Bee is a zine publisher and activist from the Pacific Northwest who emigrated to England eight years ago. Her books include the critically acclaimed memoir Lessons in Taxidermy and the anthologies Breeder and Mamaphonic. Her work regularly appears in magazines, newspapers, anthologies, and radio programs in both the United States and the United Kingdom. More information about Bee is available here.
Tube: five minutes from Bethnal Green Tube walking towards Hackney
Train: two minutes from Cambridge Heath Road overland station
Bus: 253, 106, D6, 55, 48, 26 stop at Cambridge Heath Road station