PA DIVERSITY NETWORK PARTNERS WITH
RAINBOW ROSE COMMUNITY AND PANZEE PRESS
TO BRING THE PDN PHOTO PROJECTS AND
OTHER GLBT EVENTS TO THE
LANCASTER COMMUNITY FOR OCTOBER


Press Release

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300 Same-sex Family Photos, and Book Reading at Lancaster Gallery

For Immediate release:
Contact: Barry Russell, Rainbow Rose Community Leader
info@rainbowrosecommunity.org
717.380.1071
www.RainbowRoseCommunity.org


Contact: Project Creator and Author Liz Bradbury
610-432-5449
lbradbury@padiversity.org

The Art in the Alley Gallery at 323 N. Queen Street, Lancaster will be featuring the Pennsylvania Diversity Network Photo Project -- 300 Same-sex Couples: Facing Inequality, during the month of October. The framed photos of local same-sex couples serve to remind the community of the discrimination faced by these families due to the lack of federal and state legal recognition. Lancaster's Rainbow Rose Community organization is partnering with PA Diversity Network to bring this national award winning exhibit to Lancaster. See more about the Photo Project at www.padiversity.org/photoproj.htm

Two receptions for the Photo Project at the Art in the Alley Gallery are scheduled -
Opening Reception and Photo Op:
1st Friday, October 3rd, 2008 -- 6 PM to 9 PM. Photos of committed same-sex couples wishing to be part of the Photo Project will be taken during this reception. A silent auction to benefit both Rainbow Rose Community and PA Diversity Network will begin on Oct 3, the auction will end during the Oct. 17th reception.

Photo Project Celebration and Book Reading
3rd Friday Art Walk Celebration, October 17th, 2008
-- begins at 5:30 PM and will feature the new Lancaster photo couples integrated into the project, a full program of every photo produced by Panzee Magazine and a presentation by Photo Project Creator Liz Bradbury who is also the author of the Maggie Gale Mystery series. Bradbury will be reading an excerpt of her latest novel Angel Food and Devil Dogs - A Maggie Gay Mystery at about 7:30 PM. Bradbury will be signing books for sale, and a portion of the net profit of the sales will benefit Rainbow Rose Community and PA Diversity Network. See more on Angel Food and Devil Dogs - A Maggie Gale Mystery, below.

Author Liz Bradbury will be one of five featured authors in the first weekend of Women's Week in Provincetown Massachusetts, on Oct. 12th. She will be reading with other nationally known authors of the genre, including KI Thompson and Radclyffe.

From --Gaydar Magazine
Angel Food and Devil Dogs featured in the Summer, 2008 issue of Gaydar Magazine:
It's both a classic who-done-it style mystery and a hot lesbian romance. Who could ask for anything more!?! - Gaydar Magazine
Read more about this book at
www.lizbradbury.boudicapublishing.com