E. PATRICK JOHNSON

Scholar & Artist

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E. Patrick Johnson is Carlos Montezuma Professor of Performance Studies and African American Studies and the Curator for Black Arts in the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for Performing Arts at Northwestern University.

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Sweet Tea

The acclaimed book is brought to life as E. Patrick Johnson seamlessly inhabits the many interviewees who comprise the fascinating oral history of black, gay southern life.

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**** 4 stars “Based on his award-winning and critically acclaimed book of the same name, Johnson takes a risk and plunges head first into the difficult subject matter of gay Black men living in southern states.”

 

MD Theatre Guide, September 2011

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January 15, 2020

Ann Arbor, MI. The University of Michigan, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading 

January 28, 2020

Boston, MA. Frugal Books, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading

January 30, 2020

Stanford, CA. Stanford University, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading 

February 3-4, 2020

New Orleans, LA. Tulane University, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading 

February 6, 2020

Santa Barbara, CA. University of California, Santa Barbara, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading & Conversation with Cherríe Moraga

February 10, 2020

Berkeley, CA. University of California, Berkeley, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading

February 23, 2020

Sydney, Australia. Gleebooks, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading with Honeybees Choir

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Blacksburg, VA. Virginia Tech, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading

March 28, 2020

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March 30, 2020

Tallahassee, FL. Florida State University, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading

March 31, 2020

Tallahassee, FL. Florida A & M University, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading

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New York, NY. Columbia University, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading

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New Brunswick, NJ. Rutgers University, Honeypot: Black Women Who Love Women Reading