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With Wondercon not in San Francisco this year there is no great comics
events happening in April. Wouldn’t it be great to have a local comics
event that was as unique as San Francisco? The Center for Sex &
Culture is a fantastic multi-use space that is perfect for a small
gathering of local artists whose works need to be celebrated for their
stance outside the mainstream.
Bookish Beasts is a one day zine fest for the creators of art, books
and comics featuring sex, sexuality, gender and erotica. We want to
give you the opportunity to exhibit your works, and connect with local
readers who love and collect adult material.
This is a not for profit event that is free to the public. Although we
live to support local artists we will need some help from you to make
this happen. We are asking for $20 to split an 8’ table with chairs. You will be
responsible for cashiering your own sales and all profits are your
own. The Center has lots of chairs but will need to rent tables and
promote the event. If this sounds like a great event that you want to
get involved with please confirm right away.
The event is one day. April 14th from noon to 6pm. There will be some
presentations and workshops following.
CSC provides judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media
archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender
spectrum; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing
and informing issues of public policy and public health. Please consider
dornating copies of your work to the library and helping spread the word
about this great resource. All of CSC Library books are searchable through
Goodreads and CSC’s Zineography, along with their growing zine catalog/database.
If interested in participating or for more information contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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