“Love” launch party at Housingworks…

The launch party for Love is a Four Letter Word at Housingworks ROCKED. With Dan Kennedy hosting, tantalyzing story excerpts from Wendy McClure, Said Sayrafiezadeh, Maud Newton, and Amanda Stern. Plus saw friend and NYer cartoonist Emily Flake,collection editor Michael Taeckens, and Galleycat’s Ron Hogan, and all the proceeds go to AIDS research & support. 2 photos here: below, the crowd crush, above, me w/Ron Hogan. Thanks to readers and friends who came out.

The bar’s been set high for the reading tomorrow! Come on up to the 82nd St. Barnes & Noble and see if I crack from the pressure! Can’t wait!

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