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Literature lounge

In the gay cultural- and communication centre SUB (Müllerstr. 43) literary interested Munich people and guests will find a forum for casual encounters at the bar of the centre. There will be 3 readings in the meeting room on the 1st floor between 21:00 and 23:00.

Monday, 26th July

SUB, Müllerstr. 43
Start 21.00

PHILIPP TINGLER

The Zurich author and self-staging man is reading from his literary diary "I am a professional", where he reports meticulously and viciously about the meeting of the highly intelligently gifted in Berlin and the Ingeborg-Bachmann-contest in Klagenfurt, but also about shopping-tours, parties and other vitally important events in Zurich. Brilliant and unbelievably funny.

Entrance fee: 8.- (reduced 5.- )
Advance sale: Max & Milian and SUB

Tuesday, 27th July

SUB, Müllerstr. 43
Start 21.00

KATRIN KREMMLER

The author and cartoonist who lives in Budapest arranges a reunion with the globetrotter Gabriella Müller, who has settled in sunny Sydney and who has between other things organized the Gay Games their. Her thriller "The sirens of Coogee Beach" tells less about the exotic paradise but more about the current social realities.

Entrance fee: 8.- (reduced 5.- )
Advance sale: Max & Milian, SUB and Lillemor's Frauenbuchladen.

Wednesday, 28th July

SUB, Müllerstr. 43
Beginn 21.00 Uhr

CITIZEN_B

The Frankfurt author examines in his detective-story "The god of football" the maybe last big taboo in the German heterosexual glory: Homosexuality and Football! Sport, play, excitement are guaranteed as well as black humor and romance - and a pinch of honest stoutly sex between men.

Entrance fee: 8.- (reduced 5.- )
Advance sale: Max & Milian and SUB


In cooperation with the bookshops Max & Milian, Lillemor's Frauenbuchladen and the cultural department of the state capital Munich.

Text: Rolf G. Klaiber