elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,
elisa_rolle
elisa_rolle

New UK event: Queer Company

Queer Company banner

Reading, writing and publishing are fulfilling occupations in themselves, but we at Manifold Press also feel very lucky to be working in this particular genre – not least because of the wonderful sense of community. To celebrate our excellent friendships – and in the hope of making even more – Manifold Press is delighted to be hosting a new UK-based event.

Queer Company will be a small, friendly gathering designed to engage and inspire. This one-day event is planned for Saturday 9 May 2015 at The Jam Factory in Oxford.

Please be assured that everyone is welcome! Readers, authors, bloggers, publishers, reviewers … The only requirement is that you love this genre we share.

We hope this gathering will be the first of many, with annual events complementing the wonderful work done by UK Gay Romance and UK Meet.

The timing this year coincides with Manifold Press’s fifth anniversary – we’re proud and rather astonished to reflect that our first titles were released on 1 May 2010. We will also be taking the opportunity to formally launch our new anthology A Pride of Poppies, featuring modern GLBTQI fiction of the Great War, all the proceeds of which will be donated to charity.

If you’d like to join us, there is more detailed information available on the Manifold Events website.

Registrations are now open.

Please note that, due to the nature of the event, we can accommodate no more than 50 people attending. (We will maintain a waiting list if necessary.)

Thank you for your interest. We’re looking forward to enjoying your company!



This journal is friends only. This entry was originally posted at http://reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/4568050.html. If you are not friends on this journal, Please comment there using OpenID.
Tags: author: julie bozza
Subscribe

  • Mascarado by Runny Magma

    Even if it's probably unbelievable, it was more than 10 years I haven't read a full novel written in Italian. So it was quite strange at first, I…

  • Secrets and Demons by Daniel Devine

    The book was really short, maybe in a way even too short. The plot was nice and catching right from the beginning, high school student new in town…

  • What's in a Name? by Pat Henshaw

    Not sure why this story pickedd my interest, it was probably the description of "Guy", the bartender who basically rescues and beds Jimmy…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Comments allowed for friends only

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 0 comments