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8/2: Barb Morrison & Brian Belovitch at Tiny Raccoon Books (Sayville)

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Railroad Avenue near Hiddink
venue: Tiny Raccoon Books
Join us in welcoming Barb Morrison and Brian Belovitch at Tiny Raccoon Books on August 2nd! The event is free, there will be copies of the authors' books available for purchase.

Bottoming for God by Barb Morrison
A story about gender euphoria, sobriety, old skool NYC, true love, past lives and coming home
Trans Figured: My Journey from Boy to Girl to Woman to Man by Brian Belovitch
Imagine experiencing life not as the gender dictated by birth but as one of your own design. In Trans Figured, Brian Belovitch shares his true story of life as a gender outlier and his dramatic journey through the jungle of gender identity.

About the authors:
Barb Morrsison is an American recording artist, Top 5 Billboard dance chart songwriter, and Platinum record producer, best known as a producer for numerous artists such as Blondie, Rufus Wainwright, Franz Ferdinand, LP, Asia Kate Dillon and as an ASCAP-featured film score composer.

Brian Belovitch has the rare distinction of coming out three times: first as a queer teenager; second as a glamorous transgender woman named Tish, and later, Natalia Gervais; and finally as an HIV-positive gay man surviving the AIDS crisis in the 1980s. From growing up in a barely-working-class first-generation immigrant family in Fall River, Massachusetts, to spinning across the disco dance floor of Studio 54 in New York City . . . from falling into military lock-step as the Army wife of a domineering GI in Germany to having a brush with fame as Natalia, high-flying downtown darling of the boozy and druggy pre-Giuliani New York nightclub scene, Brian escaped many near-death experiences.

Parking:
1- We have a small lot behind the store accessible from Hiddink Street. Our back door is open.
2- The LIRR lot is one block away- right next to the Gas station across the street on Depot Street. There are over 100 spots.
3-There is limited street parking on Railroad Avenue. The sign says 15 minutes only.

post id: 7753405514

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