SPECIAL: AGMC Book Launch

There's been nothing like this since 1999.

Welcome to our adventures of living and loving as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, intersex, and queer multicultural, multifaith and Australian!

The link between all is the lived experience of having a non-Anglo culture/religion/ethnicity and being LGBTIQ . This book will fill a void in Australian multicultural queer history as the last book of this kind was published in 1999.

These experiences will inspire and incite, challenge and celebrate! They take us into migrations between countries, between communities, and between identities as people explore their many selves and face what others think about them.

Sometimes sad, funny, angry, sexy, in fact the entire gamut of emotions are in this book. These stories are mirrors into our own adventures, and windows into people we think are strangers to us: the shortcomings and frustrations, the victories and hard work, the tears and loves, the families and friends, as way too many ‘isms’ like racism and too many ‘phobias’ like homophobia create the mess that the adventurers in this book mop up in order to move on.

With over 40 contributors from a wide range of both emerging and established writers, including Faustina Agolley, Mama Alto, Tony Ayres, Paul Capsis, Anton Enus, Benjamin Law and Christos Tsiolkas, we welcome you to jump on board and land on something new, challenging, and beautiful on each page.

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THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Meet the book contributors and other inspirational people at the Conference

THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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What has happened in the last 10 years for multicultural and/or multifaith LGBTIQ and their communities? Has there been progress toward equality? Has there been a change in approach to connecting with multicultural or LGBTIQ communities? This will all be discussed and workshopped in the AGMC Conference.