Literary erotica, silly games, and awesome queers! Join Q+K for our “back to school” event featuring author and publisher Cecilia Tan!
So mark your calendars for Tuesday September 26.
The QueerTable will be held at Cathedral Station from 6:15 pm to 10:00 pm.
Please RSVP using our easy
Join us for dinner and drinks and be regaled by Cecilia Tan reading her own erotic fiction, followed by Q&A about writing and publishing erotica, Kinky Mad Libs, and general socializing!
Cathedral Station’s weekly Karaoke Night starts at 9:00 p.m. – this is not an official part of our event, but some of us stayed last year and it was a lot of fun!
About Cecilia Tan
Cecilia Tan is a writer, editor, and sexuality activist. She is the author of Slow Surrender, The Prince’s Boy, Mind Games, The Hot Streak, White Flames, Edge Plays, Black Feathers, The Velderet, and Telepaths Don’t Need Safewords, as well as the Magic University series of paranormal erotic romances. She has the distinction of being perhaps the only writer to have erotic fiction published in both Penthouse and Ms. magazines, as well as in scores of other magazines and anthologies including Asimov’s, Best American Erotica, and Nerve. She is the founder and editor of Circlet Press, publishers of erotic science fiction and fantasy, the founder and creator of the Fetish Fair Fleamarket™, and was inducted into the Saints & Sinners Hall of Fame for GLBT writers in 2010. Check out Cecilia Tan on the Web at ceciliatan.com.
Cathedral Station is located at 1222 Washington Street in the South End of Boston. It is a two-minute walk from the Dudley Station Silver line MBTA stop, and about 15 minutes from the Red Line Broadway stop. The pub is wheelchair accessible through the main entrance on Washington Street. There is metered parking in the neighborhood.
Pay for your own food and drinks and please tip as generously as you can!
What to Wear
Casual, street-friendly, whatever you wore to work, etc.
Queer + Kinky is a Special Interest Group of the New England Leather Alliance. Our events are open to people of any gender who self-identify as queer, and to allies of the queer community.
We have a few simple guidelines at our events:
- Please don’t make any assumptions about anyone, including their gender, sexual orientation or BDSM role. If you’re not sure, please ask, for example, ‘What pronouns do you use?’
- Please ask before touching anyone, even if the touch isn’t sexual.