S266. Queering History: Whose Story Is It, Anyway?
Saturday, April 2, 2016
3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Carter Sickels is the author of the novel The Evening Hour, and the editor of Untangling the Knot: Queer Voices on Marriage, Relationships & Identity. Carter is visiting assistant professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University.
Brandy T. Wilson, PhD, is the author of The Palace Blues, a Lambda Literary Award Finalist. Her work has appeared in Ninth Letter, G.R.I.T.S., and PANK magazine. She was a Lambda Literary Retreat Fellow in fiction and was awarded three Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference scholarships.
Ellery Washington is the author of Buffalo, a forthcoming novel. His short stories, essays, and book reviews have appeared in the New York Times, The International Review, and numerous literary anthologies. He is an associate professor of creative writing at the Pratt Institute.
Ellis Avery is the author of two historical novels, The Last Nude and The Teahouse Fire; two memoirs, The Smoke Week and The Family Tooth; and a book of poetry. The only writer ever to have won the ALA Stonewall Award twice, Avery teaches undergraduate fiction writing at Columbia University.
Ames Hawkins is an associate professor in the Department of English at Columbia College Chicago. Her work appears in Enculturation, Slag Glass City, The Feminist Wire, and Water~Stone Review. She's currently at work on a transgenre piece called These Are Love Letters: e, l, o, s, t, r, v.