Internationally renowned trans writer and campaigner Juno Roche is heading to the Midlands this month to talk about her new book, Trans Power.
An Evening With Juno Roche, taking place at The Warehouse Cafe (54-57 Allison Street), Birmingham, on Wednesday 4 March, will see the bestselling author of Queer Sex explore what it means to be trans in 2020.
In Trans Power Juno discusses leading figures from the Trans community, including Kate Bornstein, Travis Alabanza, Josephine Jones, Glamrou and E-J Scott.
Entry to the event is free and Juno will be available to sign copies of Trans Power, which will also be on sale during the evening.
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