Foglifter Presents:THE QUEER HOME COOKOUT TOUR
Queer Home CookOut Tour
Foglifter Press road trips across the country to collaborate with the contributors of the Home is Where You Queer Your Heart anthology in their own hometowns. These contributors have invited a roster of local queer and trans talent to celebrate the anthology’s themes of chosen family and community.
The tour will comprise of 17 locations in the American south, east coast, midwest and beyond, beginning July 19, 2021 and concluding August 21, 2021. All tour events are free and open to the public.
Join us anywhere from around the country!
Foglifter Give OUT Day 2021
Give OUT Day is a month-long fundraising campaign culminating on June 30, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ+ community. In 2020 alone, Give OUT Day raised over $1.6 million for LGBTQ+ nonprofits in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Give OUT Day is hosted by Horizons Foundation, the world’s first LGBTQ+ community foundation. Foglifter Press raised over $7,000 in 2020 and, with your help, hopes to raise $10,000 in 2021.
The CookOUT Tour List!July 19 - August 21
Home is Where You Queer Your Heart
Home is Where You Queer Your Heart anthologizes contemporary queer writers and artists creatively thinking through the complex and fluid realities of home in the U.S. and abroad. Curated during the 2020 U.S. presidential election and the COVID-19 pandemic, as the culture shifts into a new normal—and many queer people feel their nation has further precluded them from a place of comfort—poets, essayists, storytellers, and artists remind us that it is at our kitchen tables, in our bedrooms, on our porches that make us who we are.
Edited by Miah Jeffra, Monique Mero-Williams and Arisa White, the anthology features Kazim Ali, K-Ming Chang, Jubi Arriola-Headley, Kay Ulanday Barrett, Rajiv Mohabir, Donika Kelly, Jason Villemez, Joy Priest, Yanyi, t’ai freedom ford, Marlin Jenkins, Airea D Matthews, sam sax, Christopher Soto, and so many more LGBTQ+ authors.
Foglifter Press is supported by the generosity of the California Arts Council, San Francisco Arts Commission, Horizons Foundation, and Zellerbach Family Foundation. Foglifter was also recently awarded the Whiting Foundation’s Literary Magazine Prize.
What is Home?Our Editors and contributors give us theirs!
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