What we're about

We are a group of gay guys of all ages who meet the first Tuesday of every month at the Jefferson Market branch of the public library on 6th Avenue & West 10th Street. We read an eclectic range of books from classics to newly-released works. We don't necessarily read books with a gay theme or characters and always open to suggestions. Very easy going; more social than academic. You don't necessarily have to commit to coming every single month, just whenever your schedule or reading tastes permit.

Upcoming events (1)

Book to be discussed: "In Search of Stonewall" Edited by Richard Schneider Jr.

Bureau of General Services—Queer Division

$5.00

While the Jefferson Market Library is being renovated (April - August 2019), we will be meeting at The Bureau of General Service -- Queer Division book store at the Gay and Lesbian Center on West 13th Street (room 210). We will be passing the hat for donations to use the space. After the meeting, we head over to Julius' (supposedly one of the oldest operating gay bars in NYC), which is at 159 West 10th Street (on the corner of Waverly Place, about a block from the library). www.juliusbarny.com

Past events (85)

Book to be discussed: "B-Boy Blues" by James Earl Hardy

Bureau of General Services—Queer Division

$5.00

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