Sawyer Lovett reads from Everybody Else’s Girl

Sawyer Lovett reads from Everybody Else’s Girl

March 11, 2014

This event is part of the 2014 Philly Queer Media series

When: Saturday March 29, 2014. 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Where: The A-Space (4722 Baltimore Avenue). Philadelphia, PA

Cost & audience: FREE! All ages, all are welcome

Event description

Come hear renown Philadelphia author Sawyer Lovett read from his memoir Everybody Else’s Girl. Reading followed by an author signing (you can bring your own copy if you have one, and copies will be available for purchase if you don’t have one yet).

Everybody Else’s Girl

Set in Tazewell, Virginia, a town whose wholesome storefronts and country charm hide an undercurrent of poverty and lawlessness, Everybody Else’s Girl tells the story of growing up poor amid unspeakable violence.

Sawyer Lovett

Sawyer Lovett was born in Tazewell, Virginia. He isn’t offended if you haven’t heard of it. Everybody Else’s Girl is Sawyer’s first long-form memoir. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and their hedgehog, where he makes balloon animals for money. Sawyer enjoys pickles, punks and coffee. He writes zines and blogs and you can find more of him work at

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