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An Evening with TQ Sims and Tracey Anne Duncan (T)

April 30 • 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us Tuesday, April 30th at 6:30pm as we celebrate TQ Sims’ debut book, Godspeed, Lovers!

TQ will be in conversation with Tracey Anne Duncan (T). The discussion and reading will be followed by an audience Q&A and a book signing.

Books may be purchased in-person or via phone before the event or in-person during the event.

This event is free and open to the public. It will be held upstairs at our shop.

Lovable loner Casey Isaac thinks love isn’t for him. Not since extraordinary events left him with supernormal powers and a great deal of trauma. But when Oscar Kenzari looks at him, he can’t help but change his mind. As Divinators, Casey and Oscar have used their psychic powers to defend humanity from sentient, extradimensional storms for one hundred years. But a storm more powerful than any before is brewing. MaalenKun, prince of the maelstrom, conqueror of countless realities, plans to turn the tables by infecting Casey’s mind. MaalenKun is not the only threat. Casey and Oscar must determine who they can trust: the eccentric trillionaire keeping them in the dark, the independent contractors with secrets of their own, or a seemingly helpful extradimensional being shrouded in mystery. As Casey works to defeat threats around and within himself, he must open to love for his chosen family, for Oscar, and for himself to unlock a transformative power capable of banishing MaalenKun. And Oscar must make a difficult choice that could cost him the future he dreams of. Can Casey and Oscar’s love break the storm?

TQ Sims writes stories that center Queer characters in supernormal situations. In their first novel Godspeed, Lovers, two men fall in love while using their psychic powers to battle sentient storms and an evil corporation that wishes to control them. It is a story about mental health, post-traumatic growth, and found family. TQ’s story “The Ritual” was a finalist in competition at the Tennessee Williams and New Orleans Literary Festival in 2022. Their work has appeared in Louisiana Words, Beyond Queer Words, and The Queer and Trans Guide to Storms. They live in New Orleans with their partner and a growing number of cats. Instagram: @t.q.sims

Tracey Anne Duncan (T) is a journalist who writes at the intersection of wellness and social justice. They live in New Orleans with five pets and zero spouses.


April 30
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Blue Cypress Books
8123 Oak Street
New Orleans, LA 70118 United States
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