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Elliott DeLine’s Newsletter

Issue 6 | June 9th, 2013

The Collection Wins! “…a new milestone was achieved. “For the first time transgender people are accepting the award for transgender fiction,” said Imogen Binnie, in a commentary during the acceptance of the award for the winner of Transgender fiction for The Collection: Short Fiction From The Transgender Vanguard.”

BEST  TRANSGENDER  FICTION       Refuse  and  I  Know     Very   Well  How  I  Got  My   Name  soon  to  be   available  @  Quimby’s     Bookstore  in  Chicago!   1854 W. North Ave Chicago, IL 60622 773-342-0910  

Giovanni’s Room in Philadelphia should have both books soon too because I just sent out the package. I never thought I’d see the day I’d get my work into bookstores. Here’s to accomplishing summer goals!

*Remember, please support indie bookstores and indie artists! Buy at shops like these, not chains like Barnes & Noble. And if you order online, try to avoid buying my books on Amazon. Instead use for paperbacks or for the ebooks (which are currently ‘you pick the price’ so you get a better deal anyway). It benefits everybody. Thanks! For a full list of where my books are available, visit:

Issue Date Issue 6 | June 9th,|2013

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When: June 13 & 14th, 2013 What: Tabling at the Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference! Selling and signing books Where: Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference @ The Pennsylvania Convention Center.1101 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19107 ___ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___


When: June 13th, 2013, 7 PM Where: Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference @ The Pennsylvania Convention Center.1101 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19107 What: Four authors of brand-new books of fiction and nonfiction will present their work: Elliott DeLine, author of ‘I Know Very Well How I Got My Name: A Novella’ and ‘Refuse’; Dr. Michele Angello, author of ‘On the Couch with Dr. Angello: A Guide to Raising and Supporting Transgender Youth’; Jala Mckenzie-Burns, author of ‘Climbing Life’s Mountains: Overcoming Challenges of Biracial Birth, Adoption, Gender Identity, and Depression’; Brett Dolor Amet of ‘Goblinheart: A Fairy Tale’ Organized by Giovanni’s Room Bookstore. Free! 2 Axel,Sit author

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In conjunction with the 2013 Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference, Leeway presents an open literary salon highlighting the work of inspiring trans literary artists from a diversity of genres including poetry, fiction, memoir, spoken word, and more! Hosted by Nico Amador, the salon will feature Timothy Colman, Kay Ulanday Barrett, Red Durkin, and Rachel K. Zall. Audience members are invited to bring work to share! @ the Leeway office (1315 Walnut Street, Suite 832) 6-7:30 PM FOR MORE INFO:

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What: A group of us are marching in the Syracuse Pride Parade to represent CeCe McDonald, Fatima Woods, LaTeisha Green (all trans women of color: CeCe was attacked by neo-nazis and is wrongfully imprisoned in Minnesota and Fatima and LaTeisha are central New Yorkers who were murdered), and all transgender people/queer POC in CNY and elsewhere who are under-represented in our communities. When: 10 AM, June 15th, 2013 Where: Syracuse Pride. Southeastern overflow lot at Destiny USA. This lot backs up to Route 81 and is the closest to Bear Street.


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Elliott DeLine's Newsletter #6  

For the week of 6/9-6/15. Info on The Collection winning the Lambda Lit Awards, bookstores, and several events happening this week.

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