Monday, July 23, 2012
Tuesday, July 24, 7 pm, at Boswell
St. Sukie de la Croix, author of Chicago Whispers: A History of LGBT Chicago Before Stonewall, and Gregg Shapiro, author of GREGG SHAPIRO: 77.
Journalist St. Sukie de la Croix offers a colorful and vibrant record of LGBT Chicago, from the Civil War to the 1960s. Joining him will be fellow Chicago journalist and poet, Gregg Shapiro, with a new collection of autobiographical poems.
More on their website.
Wednesday, July 25, 7 pm, at Boswell:
Nick Weber, author of The Circus That Ran Away with a Jesuit Priest.
Armed with a graduate degree in drama and another in sacred theology, and backed by the California Province of the Society of Jesus, Jesuit priest Nick Weber's Royal Lichenstein Circus crisscrossed the United States for 22 years. Now in Milwaukee as a layperson and leader of a popular Shakespeare program, Weber tells how spiritual seeking merged with three-ring entertainment for two decades.
Yesterday's Cue section in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel focused on wire service reviews, so we don't have any JSonline links, but arts editor Jim Higgins wrote a thoughtful roundup of literary reactions to the tragic shooting at the Aurora movie complex last weekend, including thoughts from Deborah Blum and Dave Cullen.
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