Sibling Rivalry Press to premiere Randi Romo's "OTHERED" at Queer Arts Street Fair

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The first edition of Sibling Rivalry Press' Arkansas Queer Poet Series titled "OTHERED" by Randi Romo will be available for the first time at the Queer Arts Street Fair on Saturday, August 11. Randi Romo will be signing copies at the SRP booth from 3-5 pm.

Per Sibling Rivalry Press...

“There is no better landing place for our grief, our love, and our hopes for a better tomorrow than poems. They vibrate with an urgency that defies the dead and enlivens the future. But Othered is more than a collection of poetry; it is proof positive that becoming one’s true self is still the most revolutionary act that any human being can undertake. Randi M. Romo shows us how it’s done—with courage, great care, and community.” - James License, Co-Founder of the Trevor Project

Randi M. Romo has a voice that reaches into multiple segments of who we are as humans, with an emphasis on queer. As a working-class Mexican-American, Southerner, former farmworker, organizer/activist, female, parent, grandparent, elder, and survivor, she has walked among and between many communities. Othered is her first book.”

The Queer Arts Street Fair is Saturday, August 11 from 12pm to 6pm in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock. It is part of the 4th Annual Kaleidoscope LGBT Film & Culture Festival presented by Here TV which runs August 10-18. For more info: kal2018.com.

Queer Arts Street Fair is brought to you by Kaleidoscope, Argenta Arts District, and Flyway Brewing.

ABOUT SIBLING RIVALRY PRESS

Founded in 2010, Sibling Rivalry Press is an independent publishing house based in Little Rock, Arkansas. They were the first press, large or small, to ever win Lambda Literary Awards in both Gay Poetry and Lesbian Poetry.

While they champion their LGBTQ authors and artists, and while they’ve been very fortunate in their successes in LGBTQ publishing, they are an inclusive publishing house and welcome all authors, artists, and readers regardless of sexual orientation or identity. They publish work they  love. Merit trumps category.