Lynn Breedlove fronted 90s SF punk dyke band Tribe8.
He’s the author of Lambda Literary Award for Fiction nominee Godspeed ( St Martin’s Press 2001), a novel about a bike messenger, a stripper and the road to enlightenment, and Lynnee Breedlove's One Freak Show, (Manic D Press 2009) based on his solo show on gender and quistory, which won the Lambda Literary Award, transgender category, and toured Europe 2006-2009, trans-lated onstage into French by Wendy Delorme.
His work has been translated into German, Polish, Portuguese and Italian.
Tribe8 won the 2005 Heritage Award for Creativity. Breedlove won the 2012 Harvey Milk LGBT Club Award for Activism, and he was sainted in 2014 by The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
He is the executive director and founder of Homobiles, a nonprofit ride service for the LGBTIQA community.
He fronts SF based queercore supergroups The Homobiles, «songs about cars and babes, crimes and change,” and COMMANDO, a nu metal queer band with a rotating diverse roster of gaymous singers.
He's reading from his yet unpublished poetry book in progress called 45 poems about love and war… a collection of poetic essays written since the American coup.
Un partenariat avec Genres Pluriels, Rainbow House Brussels et Mothers and Daughters Lesbian bar.
June 18th, 8pm