#15 ”Queer: LGBTQ Writing from Ancient Times to Yesterday” with Frank Wynne & Cheryl Morgan
*Please note: this episode contains mild sexual references , so may not be suitable for all audiences.*
We're excited to share with you our recording of an author event Bristol Libraries hosted during LGBT+ History Month this year.
In this recording, Frank Wynne, a literary translator, writer, and editor, discusses his latest book ‘Queer: LGBTQ Writing from Ancient Times to Yesterday’ with writer, publisher, and co-chair of Out Stories Bristol, Cheryl Morgan.
A little about Wynne’s book - ‘Queer’ is a compilation of 80 of the finest works representing queer love by LGBTQ authors. It contains stories, poems, extracts, and scenes from countries all over the world and throughout time, and is an unabashed, unapologetic anthology that gives voice to LGBT+ people, who, as we know, are often unfairly silenced.
Shownotes and transcript coming soon.
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