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SA Book Festival to Feature Panel on LGBTQ Young Adult Fiction

SA Book Festival to Feature Panel on LGBTQ Young Adult Fiction

This article is adapted from a feature originally published in the San Antonio Current. Additional reporting by James Courtney. The San Antonio Book Festival, put on by the San Antonio Public Library Foundation and a host of sponsors, is now in its sixth year. The one-day literary onslaught, scheduled this year on April 7, boasts

Allies United: Emily Leeper

Emily Leeper When Emily Leeper’s then 14-year-old daughter Jackson confided in her that she was gay, she let her child know she would always love and support her. “She said she wanted to be around other youth, who shared her experience,” Leeper said, “so I went online and tried to find some [LGBTQ] youth support

Public Library Slates Pride Month Events

The San Antonio Public Library announced a list of events it is sponsoring in observance of Pride Month. This is the seventh year the library has presented such a series. A statement on the library’s web site explains the aim of the June observance: “The diversity of San Antonio goes beyond ethnic and racial lines,

SA Public Library Sponsors Pride Events

The San Antonio Public Library released a list of events it is sponsoring in observance of Pride Month. This is the sixth year the library has presented such a series. A statement on the library’s web site explains the aim of the month-long observance: June is Pride month, a time set aside to celebrate the

SA Public Library celebrates Pride Month

The San Antonio Public Library is observing Pride Month with a series of events that focuses on different aspects of LGBT life. This is the fifth year the library has presented the series. A statement on the library’s web site explains the aim of the month-long observance, “The Pride events planned in June are a

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