September 28, 3pm
@ MoMA PS1 22-25 Jackson Ave Long Island City, NY 11101


The launch of the third Weekday Journal will take place at MoMA PS1 during the New York Art Book Fair on September 28 at 3pm. Join Editor-in-Chief Megan Stockton and Weekday Journal authors as they celebrate the new issue! There will be short readings, and all 3 issues will be available.

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September 16, 7-9:30pm
@ Publication Studio 717 SW Ankeny St. Portland, OR 97205


Sam Lohmann, Lindsey Boldt, and Steve Orth will all be reading at Publication Studio Portland, OR on September 16th! Boldt and Orth will have their mobile library vehicle parked near the studio. There will be booze and maybe snacks. 

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August 26, 8pm
@ Holocene 1001 Southeast Morrison Street Portland, OR 97214

Tara Jane ONeil SEV ENTRAIN @ Holocene

Tara Jane ONeil performs new work Sev Entrain with Rachel Carns, Lisa Schonberg, Kanako Pooknyw, Heather Treadway, and special guests. Also performing, Dragging An Ox Thru Water and Like A Villain. Also launching is Tara Jane ONeil's new book of work in process, graphic score and ephemeral material of Sev Entrain. 

Tickets $7 at the door.

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August 30, 7pm
@ Olympia Timberland Library, 313 8th Avenue SE Olympia, WA 98501


Sts and Cooper Lee Bombardier will read from narratives reflecting upon gay alien sex in a harsh apocalypse reality, terrified and violent anarchists using time travel to overthrow a genocidal government, bad roommates and/or bandmates, and works featured in Sister Spit

Sts lives in Portland, Oregon and has written the zines Way Down Low and Nightmare Girl, created several movies including "The Lesbian Movie 200", and played drums in STLS, The Haggard, Cadallaca, and The Lookers. Golden Brothers is her first published novel.

Cooper Lee Bombardier is a writer and visual artist based in Portland, Oregon. His work most recently can be found in the forthcoming anthology Sister Spit: Writing, Rants and Reminiscence from the Road, from City Lights Books. Learn more at

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August 17, 7pm 2012
@ Publication Studio 717 SW Ankeny St. Portland, OR 97205

Qs Book Launch

Sarah Gottesdiener will be launching her book Qs, a collection of work by a selection of queer writers and artists that have come into Gottesdiener's life. The evening will be host to a few readings from Qs, drinks and a hot night at PS PDX HQ. 

"Qs is a publication showcasing just a touch of the queer writers and artists I know, primarily from living in Portland, OR. This is by no means an exhaustive excavation, just the responses from a call I put out. I encourage you to do your own research about amazing artists around you. Art has saved my life on more than one occasion, and some of the people within these pages have also kept me going, in one way or another." - Sarah Gottesdiener 

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