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Online Event: PRIDE — Young Love, First Heartbreak, and Living with HIV

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Thursday, 4:00 pm June 4, 2020

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Journalist Tim Murphy will interview Lucas Rocha on his engrossing debut novel Where We Go From Here, a moving and honest portrayal of three gay young adults in Brazil whose lives become intertwined in the face of HIV.

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Inside and Out is a new series from The Center for Fiction to run this Pride Month 2020! The  series offers solace and affirmation to the LGBTQ+ community during a time of isolation from trusted social groups and support networks. Featuring a phenomenal line-up of authors whose books center the unique experiences of queer characters, conversations will explore how sexuality and gender identity intersect with race, class, religion, and nationality.

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    Lucas Rocha

    Lucas Rocha

    Lucas Rocha is a librarian living in São Paulo, Brazil. He received his MS in information science from Fluminense Federal University in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Where We Go From Here is his first novel.

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    Tim Murphy

    Tim Murphy

    Tim Murphy is the author of the novels Christodora (2016), which was longlisted for the Andrew Carnegie Award, and Correspondents (2019), which was named an Amazon Best Book of June 2019 and was blurbed by Khaled Hosseini. He is a longtime freelance journalist, mostly on HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ issues but also on activism, social justice and healthcare, for places including POZ magazine, TheBody.com, New York magazine, Details, the Nation, the New York Times and Impact, the national magazine of the ACLU. He is originally from Massachusetts and has lived in New York City for nearly 30 years.