Greetings from Rubicon,
I know it’s been a long time and we’re sorry you haven’t heard form us. We made the tough decision this fall to hold off on live events. Crossing our fingers, it now seems like the time to start kicking the tires and shaking the projector. We are turning Rubicon back on! Or, at least for now, we are pivoting into the virtual sphere. Our hope is to begin having live events in the early months of 2022.
In the meantime, what better way to restart our program than with a double bill virtual reading with filmmaker and writer William E. Jones and a reading with Derek McCormack, then a conversation between the two held after. This event will be held on Tuesday November 16th at 7pm.
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William E. Jones is an artist and filmmaker who has written the biographies Halsted Plays Himself and True Homosexual Experiences: Boyd McDonald and Straight to Hell, and the novels I’m Open to Anything and I Should Have Known Better. He lives in Los Angeles.
Derek McCormack is the author of Dark Rides, Grab Bag, The Haunted Hillbilly, The Show That Smells, The Well Dressed Wound, and Castle Faggot, as well the forthcoming book Judy Blame’s Obituary: Articles on Fashion and Death. He lives in Toronto.