LGBTIQ+ History Club: Neil Bartlett in conversation with Nathan Evans

25 February 2024
14.00 – 16.00
Tickts: SOLD OUT
Event type: Partner Event
Brighton Jubilee Library
This event is presented by LGBTIQ+ History Club in partnership with New Writing South
 
Join us to celebrate History Month and explore all things queers and books! 

We are excited to introduce two very special guests who are going to take us on a journey through queer literature and queer history.

Neil Bartlett and Nathan Evans will discuss publishing, writing novels, and queer past, present and future.
 
The conversation will explore the inspiration behind The Disappearance Boy, which was republished in 2023, in a new edition by Inkandescent. They’ll also discuss Nathan’s debut novella, One Last Song, published for LGBT History Month—a romantic comedy for queer elders set in a care home, which celebrates the pioneering generation who gave us Gay Liberation.


The event is a sober space, tea, coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

Jubilee Library is wheelchair accessible. If you have any accessibility needs you would like to discuss ahead of the event, please get in touch at info@queerinbrighton.co.uk

The event is free/pay what you can – but spaces are limited, so please make sure you book your space in advance. And please let us know if you are no longer able to make the event so we can reallocate your ticket.