Tuesday evening , 13 Feb 2024 19:00 - 20:30 pm - at the library
Join editor Jeffrey Doorn and contributing authors to discuss this LGBT+ anthology of stories & poems and significant places in our lives.
19 prose and poetry pieces by 14 authors recollects places now lost, either through physical alteration, changed character, redevelopment or demolition.
It is important not only to recall the venues and facilities of the past, but also to record these markers of our history and heritage before they are completely forgotten - they form part of a legacy to younger and future generations who might not otherwise have any idea such places existed or what part they played in our development as individuals or communities.
Presented by The Friends of Carnegie Library
Admission free - reserve a spot