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James Lecesne hosts an evening on how writers are working to make it better for LGBT youth.

Watch a screening of the Academy Award-winning Live Action Short, Trevor, and hear writers read their own letters from The Letter Q: Queer Writers’ Notes to Their Younger Selves.

Laurie Rubin will be selling and signing copies of Do You Dream in Color? following the event.

James Lecesne will be selling and signing copies of Trevor: A Novella following the event. 


How do you think this country can make things better for LGBT youth? Leave your comments and ideas below.


Brief Bios

James Lecesne, co-founder of the Trevor Project, is an actor and author of the YA novel Trevor.

Amy Bloom’s work has been shortlisted for the National Book Award and the NBCC Award.

Michael Cunningham’s books include the Pulitzer Prizewinning The Hours.

Paul Rudnick is an American playwright, screenwriter and novelist.

Brian Selznick is a Caldecott-winning American author and illustrator of children’s books, including The Invention of Hugo Cabret.

Doug Wright is a playwright, librettist and screenwriter. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play I Am My Own Wife.

Laurie Rubin is an acclaimed mezzo-soprano and author of the memoir, Do You Dream in Color?, about growing up blind, gay and with perfect pitch.

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