There are big, exciting things afoot at the Copley branch of the Boston Public Library next month!
What’s that, you ask?
Why, Alex Sanchez is coming, of course!
I’ve never heard of him. Who’s that?
He’s the author of several Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) books for teens such as Rainbow Boys, Rainbow High, and Rainbow Road. He is also the author of award wining books, also covering tough LGBTQ topics, like his novels Bait, So Hard To Say, and Getting It.
What’s he doing at the library?
Alex Sanchez will be talking about LGBTQ issues as well as his books, answering frequently asked questions for both, and will also be signing books with new books on hand for purchase.
When will this be happening?
April 24, 2010 @ 2pm.
Where will this happen?
Alex will be in the Mezzanine Conference Room of the Copley branch of the BPL.
I’ve never even been to Copley! Where the heck is that?!?! Is that, like, on Mars, or something?
The main branch of the BPL, otherwise known as Copley, is at
700 Boylston St. Boston, MA 02116, United States of America, Earth (not Mars).
Have any other questions about the event? Feel free to contact the Teen Room at the following phone number: 617-859-2334.
Woot! Alex Sanchez is coming! *Rainbow confetti falls in celebration of this awesome fact!*