Mitchell Gold in Hickory


Last Thursday I had the chance to travel up to Hickory, N.C., for Mitchell Gold’s appearance at Lenior-Rhyne University’s Visiting Writers Series. Gold, editor of “CRISIS: 40 Stories Revealing the Personal, Social and Religious Pain and Trauma of Growing up Gay in America,” to which I contributed a chapter, was interviewed on stage by CNN journalist Soledad O’Brien. I’ve got more reflections on the event coming out in my Editor’s Note column with QNotes‘ Feb. 6 print edition.

Until then… here are a few photos from the event, after the jump…

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Gold on stage with O’Brien.

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Gold signs a community member’s copy of “CRISIS.”

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Gold speaks and signs a book with another community member.

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O’Brien speaks with a community member.

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Audience members chat in the lobby of Lenior-Rhyne’s P.E. Monroe Auditorium after Gold’s Q&A on stage.


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