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|Charis welcomes gay author Eric Sasson tonight|
|by Dyana Bagby|
|August 24, 2012 00:29|
As a lesbian-owned feminist bookstore, Atlanta's Charis Books & More sometimes gets a bad rap for not showing the love for queer and progressive men. The fact is, the bookstore — the oldest feminist bookstore in the South — continually gives recognition to gay men and their works.
Tonight, Charis welcomes gay author Eric Sasson from Brooklyn, NY, to the store to read from his book, "Margins of Tolerance," the 2011 Tartt First Fiction Award runner-up. Sasson reads at the store from 7:30-9 p.m.
From Sasson's website about "Margins of Tolerance":
The characters in “Margins of Tolerance” are journeying. On vacation, in transit, or in flux, they seek to discover their place, within and outside of their relationships, while learning to navigate their way through a minefield of challenges both external and internal. These gripping tales, some riotously funny, others heart-wrenching, give us a broad picture of the state of gay identity in the cultural kaleidoscope of the 21st century.
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