The Library at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center invites the community to participate in the January discussion of the center's Queer Memoir Reading Group, featuring An Indefinite Sentence: A Personal History of Outlawed Love and Sex by Siddharth Dube, A Lambda Literary finalist. A revelatory memoir about sex, oppression, and the universal struggle for justice, An Indefinite Sentence is both a personal and political journey, weaving Dube's own quest for love and self-respect with unforgettable portrayals of the struggles of some of the world's most oppressed people, those reviled and cast out for their sexuality. Informed by a lifetime of scholarship and introspection, it is essential reading on the global debates over sexuality, gender expression, and of securing human rights and social justice in a world distorted by inequality and right-wing ascendancy.
This is a virtual event over zoom. Advance RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is required to receive the zoom link. Limited free copies of the book are available -- request a copy with your RSVP. If you do not need a free copy, books can be purchased at this link, with 10% of your purchase supporting programs at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. The book is available in print, ebook, and audio book formats.
The discussion is facilitated by Mary Foltz and is sponsored by Lehigh University's Southside Initiative and Humanities Center. This program is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.