Saints and Sinners Literary Festival

The Saints and Sinners Literary Festival was founded in 2001 as a new initiative designed as an innovative way to reach the community with information about HIV/AIDS, particularly disseminating prevention messages via the writers, thinkers and spokes-people of the GLBT community. It was also formed to bring the GLBT literary community together to celebrate the literary arts.

Now in its 10th year, the Festival has grown into an internationally-recognized event that brings together a who’s who of GLBT publishers, writers and readers from throughout the United States and beyond. The Festival, held over 4 days each Spring, feature panel discussions and master classes around literary topics that provide a forum for authors, editors and publishers to talk about their work for the benefit of emerging writers and the enjoyment of fans of GLBT literature.

Visit the Saints and Sinners Festival online at www.sasfest.org.

Updates:

Saints and Sinners Literary Festival

  • What We Have in the Works Tuesday, 15 April 2014, 7:31 pm
    And just to get you excited, here’s a sneak peak at some panels we are currently in the process of lining up. Does Criticism Matter Anymore? Classic Writers that Have Inspired The Devil You Don’t. […]
  • Under Construction: 2014 Panel Discussions and Reading Series Tuesday, 15 April 2014, 6:26 pm
    We’re in the process of putting together the final schedule for the 11th Annual Saints and Sinners Literary Festival. We’d love to have your input regarding topics for this year’s panel discussi. […]
  • Timothy J. Lambert Tuesday, 8 April 2014, 9:00 pm
    Timothy J. Lambert lives in Texas with his dogs, Pixie, Penny, and Pollock. With Becky Cochrane he coedited the anthologies Foolish Hearts: New Gay Fiction, Best Gay Romance 2014, and Fool For Love: N. […]
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