The Queer Medieval with Nicola Griffith: In Conversation with María Bullón-Fernández

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Tuesday, June 11, 7:30–8:45 pm
Town Hall Seattle First Hill (Seattle)
$5-$25 Sliding Scale
All Ages
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It's simple, really: I hear about a Pride Month celebration of queer representation in medieval history, featuring celebrated historical fiction author Nicola Griffith and Seattle University English professor María Bullón-Fernández, and I blurb it. Seriously, if you've ever been curious about attitudes toward queerness hundreds of years ago, here's an opportunity to learn about it without Googling "gay people medieval era Reddit." You'll also hear about how fiction writing can "create belonging and challenge narratives about who belongs in history," and if that doesn't kick-start your summer reading plans (Griffith novel, anyone?), I don't know what will. by Lindsay Costello

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