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WATCH: A Night of International Queer Writing at the Rally Reading Series

The Rally Reading Series and Words Without Borders celebrates a multilingual reading of queer writing from around the world, which launched WWB’s 11th annual Queer issue. Our exciting lineup includes Turkish writer Nazlı Karabıyıkoğlu; Filipino writer R. Joseph Dazo and translator John Bengan; Italian poet Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto and translator Danielle Pieratti; and Jeffrey Angles reads his translations of Japanese poet Mutsuo Takahashi’s work. The reading is followed by a Q&A.

This virtual event was free, but we continue to raise funds for Shade Literary Arts’ Queer Writers of Color Relief Fund (https://bit.ly/2Mx2yUW)—donations are still welcome! 

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