Spotlight: Forest of the Enchanted Drag Queens, Santa Ana Public Library

  The following is an interview with DAVID LOPEZ, Senior Librarian at Santa Ana Public Library. What is the title of your program? Forest of the Enchanted Drag Queens: All Ages Storytime and LGBTQ+ Youth Resource Fair Program or Outreach Description A special event featuring two local drag queens who read bilingual stories and performed […]

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Read This, Save Lives

Seventeen-year old Sameer Jha may be young, but already a respected activist and author of a #1 Amazon Hot New Release, we surmise he will be the most ambitious teenager you read about today, this week, this month, even this year! With Read This, Save Lives, published earlier this month, Sameer explains how he has turned […]

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Spotlight: Camp Drag, Ames (IA) Public Library

The following is an interview with TANVI RASTOGI, teen librarian at Ames (IA) Public LIbrary. What is the title of your program?’ Camp Drag, All Ages Drag Show Program or outreach description: Camp Drag is a drag workshop for youth in grades K-12. The workshop was created to: provide interested young people with a unique […]

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Artist Profile: Margo Rivera-Weiss

In this series I profile artists from local LGBTQIA communities across the country.  Artists who are known in their local communities are part of what makes a community vibrant.  They are our touchstones for culture and memories, and influence the larger culture in ways that are difficult to pinpoint; ways that become apparent only in […]

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Meet Peter Brunette! An RT Member Profile

By A. Faulkner What is your role in the GLBTRT? Currently, I’m the chair of the Resources Committee, though I’ve served on that committee since 2015. I feel very grateful for the opportunity to work with my committee members, reach out to other committees, and evaluate how our resources can best meet the needs of […]

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Meet Samantha Eichelberger! An RT Member Profile

By A. Faulkner What is your role in the GLBTRT? Currently, I am a quiet member who enjoys following the conversation. I would love to get more involved! What does the GLBTRT mean to you? To me, it means representation, both for myself, within the wider profession, and for the community I serve. The GLBTRT […]

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