Fall with FLL

Queer writer Felicia Luna Lemus is going on tour through November, reading from her novel, Like Son, alongside other Akashic Books lit stars like Joe Meno. She’s currently booed up in New York City with her partner, T Cooper, but she has some rad arm tattoos so catch her at a reading while you can.

Like Son follows FTM Frank from California to NYC pre and post 9/11, detailing his relationship with a ladyfriend named Nathalie. Drama ensues, and identities are called into question. If you have any specific questions yourself, ask Felicia when she stops by your local bookstore, library or house party (if you live in Ashland, Oregon.)

Sunday, September 30
Hammer Museum
Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday, October 2
Skylight Books
Los Angeles, CA

Wednesday, October 3
U.S.C. Center for Feminist Research
Taper Hall of Humanities, Room 420
Los Angeles, CA

Wednesday, October 3
Vroman’s Bookstore
Pasadena, CA

Thursday, October 4
City Lights
San Francisco, CA

Friday, October 5
Black Oak Books
Berkeley, CA

Saturday, October 6
House Party
Ashland, OR

Sunday, October 7
Portland, OR

Monday, October 8
Elliot Bay Book Company
Seattle, WA

Tuesday, October 9
Olympia Timberland Public Library
Olympia, WA

Friday, October 12
National Museum of Mexican Art
Chicago, IL

Thursday, October 18
S. Stevan Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture
Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library
Brooklyn, NY

Friday, November 2
Friday Late Nights @ the Poetry Project
Parish Hall, St. Mark’s Church
New York, NY

Saturday & Sunday, November 10 & 11
Miami Book Fair International
Miami, FL

Friday, November 16
The National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention
Javits Convention Center
New York, NY

Tuesday, November 27
McNally Robinson
New York, NY


One response to “Fall with FLL

  1. i’ve read both her books and adore her, um, i mean them. i highly recommend them for the average nerdy-queer type. i’ll hopefully be going to her chicago event. see you there.

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