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NEW QUEER ON THE BLOCK

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NEW QUEER ON THE BLOCK: The Baby Years is the complete collection of the column that started NEW QUEER ON THE BLOCK website, founded by Brian Peterson. Grab your copy today and take yourself into a new world that you might not know about: Seattle's Capitol Hill district, which is the home of the gay scene in Seattle. The column was a part of SeattleGayScene.com and later became the magazine go to place for queer mahem.
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Overview

NEW QUEER ON THE BLOCK: The Baby Years is the complete collection of the column that started NEW QUEER ON THE BLOCK website, founded by Brian Peterson. Grab your copy today and take yourself into a new world that you might not know about: Seattle's Capitol Hill district, which is the home of the gay scene in Seattle. The column was a part of SeattleGayScene.com and later became the magazine go to place for queer mahem.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781495372643
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 1/28/2014
  • Pages: 122
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.26 (d)

Meet the Author

As a non-fiction writer and journalist, Peterson self-publishes his own books on Amazon: ESPRESSO QUEEROLOGY, UNDER HER IDENTITY, UNTUCKED AND UNZIPPED and HILLEBRITIES. He has also been published by Cuntagious 'Zine (Queer Columnist), Lake Union Beat (Reporter), Seattle Gay Scene (Arts & Culture Editor and Columnist) and his own website, NEW QUEER ON THE BLOCK (Editor), EDGE Media Network (Theater Reviewer), Oregon Daily Emerald and The Torch. Peterson has interviewed several celebrities including selected cast members of RuPaul's Drag Race and covered the nightlife scene in Seattle. As a playwright, he has written CANT TEAR ME DOWN - a play based on the events of 1969 NYC Stonewall Riots; TRUCE, OR SUICIDE - a play about suicide, domestic violence and forgiveness. As well as over a dozen ten minute plays. Brian's directing credits include KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN by Manuel Puig (Trial by Fire TheatreWorks), THE GREYHOUND by Scot Augustson (Spin the Bottle at Annex Theatre), HIS MOTHER CALLS HIM PETEY by John C. Davenport (2010 Page to Stage Short Play Festival at Seattle Playwrights Collective) and BREAK by J.Stephen Brantley (Over the Rainbow Performance Lab). He is a former stage manager in theater (12 years) before stepping into the role of director and producer.

More at www.brianmichaelpeterson.com; www.facebook.com/brianmichaelpeterson; www.twitter.com/nqontheb; www.linkedin.com/bmichaelpeterson

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