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Join me at the West Hollywood Book Fair!

I’m honored to have been asked to join a panel at the West Hollywood Book Fair’s LGBT Lounge on Sunday September 30th! Wonderful writer Nöel Alumit (author of Letters to Montgomery Clift) will be moderating on gay fiction, and my fellow panelists are Eduardo Santiago (Tomorrow They Will Kiss) and George Snyder (On the Wings of Affection).  For a complete rundown on all of the exciting events, please click here.

West Hollywood Book Fair
LGBT Lounge (2nd floor/West Hollywood Library)
Sunday September 30, 2012
1:30-2:30PM
An author book signing will occur following the panel.

Hope to see you there!


Upcoming Appearances: Kergan Edwards-Stout

Hey everyone!

Fall is shaping up to be an incredibly busy season, and I value each and every opportunity to share with readers my novel, Songs for the New Depression, meet you, and answer your questions. And, yes, I have another book up my sleeve for the holidays, if only I can meet the deadlines!

In the meantime, please check out the following events:

  • On Thursday September 20th, I’ll be in Los Angeles at homo-centric, doing a reading and book signing.
  • On Sunday September 30th, I’ll be on a panel at the West Hollywood Book Fair and signing books afterward.
  • On the weekend of November 3 & 4, head to Palm Springs Pride, where I’ll be appearing at the Author’s Village, brought to you by Q Trading.

Hey, I’m a media whore, so if you have other venues at which I can appear, let me know! 🙂  If you missed the fun radio podcast I did with This Show is So Gay, please check it out.  They were really terrific, and the interview was lots of fun!

In addition to the book being available on Amazon, BN.com, and other online sellers, I’ve recently gotten notes from such wonderful stores carrying the book as BookShop Santa Cruz and Q Trading/Palm Springs, both in California; Morris Book Shop in Lexington, KY: and RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, NH!  If you know other stores which should be carrying Songs, please let me know.  This book has percolated within me for many years, and I’m hoping that it resonates with as many as I can reach.

I hope you’ll come out and see me at these events.  There is nothing better than meeting readers and talking about art, life, and love, so I hope you’ll come to one of these fun happenings and connect!  More info to follow!

Take care,

Kergan


Boopsie Givenchy’s 10 Palpable Proposals for Improving Pride

1 – Free spray tan and chest implants to all coming from outside West Hollywood.

2 – Replace the Country Western dance tent with bull-dyke oil wrestling.

3 – More frothy fruit drinks, served in coconut and pineapple shells.

4 – Replace cheesy stuffed-animal carnival prizes with antiques.

5 – Open the dog park to all wearing dog collars. (more…)