Wednesday, April 24, 2013

julia update april 2013

hello, here is a quick update regarding some upcoming presentations and performances that I will be doing:

This Thursday, April 25th I will be at Smith College giving a talk called "I'll See It When I Believe It: On Perception and Gender Entitlement." I was invited by a student group in the wake of the recent events there (and which I will address in my talk). The event will take place on April 25th in Weinstein Auditorium in Wright Hall, at 7:30 p.m. It is free and open to the public. More info can be found here:

Friday, April 26 I will be at Stony Brook University giving a talk on "The
Intersection of Feminism, Queer, and Trans Politics. It will be held at the Poetry Center at 7pm. More info can be found here:

Sunday, May 5, I will be reading at 'LIVE THROUGH THIS- ON CREATIVITY & SELF-DESTRUCTION' which is a celebration of the 2cd edition release of Live Through This, SABRINA CHAP, DAPHNE GOTTLIEB, CAROL QUEEN and MORE! Proceeds of the evening will go to fellow 'Live Through This' contributor, and gender warrior Kate Bornstein. 5-10 suggested donation, show at 7:30pm at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco. More info can be found here:

Tuesday, May 14, I will be at Western Washington University giving a presentation called "A Holistic View of Feminism." It will be from 6-9 PM at Artzen 100, free admission. More info can be found here:

I will also be a part of two wonderful events in June during pride festivities:

Thursday, June 27th will be Girl Talk's big 5 year anniversary show! In addition to being one of the co-curators of the show, I will be performing in it as well. More details about all the performers can be found here:
also, Girl Talk has a Facebook page that you should check out and "Like"

(btw, speaking of Girl Talk, an interview with me and my co-curators Gina de Vries and Elena Rose can be found in the latest issue (issue #13) of make/shift magazine! )

Finally, Friday, June 28, it appears that I will be participating in Seattle Trans* Pride! More details can be found here:

That's it for now, hope some of you can make it out! -julia

P.S., as always, here is my main website:

and I tweet fairly frequently:!/Juliaserano

for those interested in what I have to say when I have more than 140 characters to work with, I have a blog:

I also post all my upcoming events and news on my aforementioned blog, and it also all automatically gets forwarded to my Facebook "writer" page:

so I encourage you to follow me ( and perhaps "like me") there!

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