QUEERING THE CITY OF LITERATURE WALK | Savannah Bay


Queering the City of Literature is an initiative of Savannah Bay, which lets you look at your familiar city with different, queer eyes. In June, authors Chris Lomans, Anne Chris van Doesburg and Edna Azulay hung their texts, written especially for this project, on locations in Utrecht that have a personal meaning to them. These routes will return during What You See Festival 2021 and can be walked for free at any time of the day. So check out the routes below and stroll through the city!

Queer the city Utrecht yourself with these route maps designed by Rowena Buur. Or follow the routes by the Google Map links below. You can also listen to the authors’ readings on our podcast Radio Savannah while you walk.

Anne Chris van Doesberg: check the route and listen listen to the reading.
Chris Lomans: check the route en listen to the reading.
Edna Azulay: bekijk the route en listen to the reading.

Can’t get enough? Come to Queering the City of Literature on Saturday 20 November!


Queering the City is an annual project of Savannah Bay | authors 2021: Chris Lomans, Anne Chris van Doesburg and Edna Azulay | photo: Tessa de Geus

WALK
The Netherlands
Dutch

Thu 18 Nov – Sun 21 Nov
ongoing

Free

In the city

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