^he Sound of
JL (Reading Sy Women 'Writers
ENCODINGS: A Feminist Literary Journal
Friday, February 10, 1995 8:00p.m.
CentralCongregationalChurch, 1311 tfoCman
(between Austin e£ Caroline, near HCC)
Suggested (Donation $3-$5
NEW! At 730 you can support a woman artist
whose work will be on exhibit.
Ten percent of sales donated to Encodings.
♦ Tor information ca& 529-7329 ♦
"Simple majesty in songwriting...
Literate, insightful, witty, levelheaded, and musically gifted,
Fred Small is one of the most
engaging performers around."
—The Boston Globe I
"Fred Small is doing what the best
topical songwriters have done
since the 1960s. He uses a handful
of chords, a sense of humor, a
sense of purpose and an eye for
revealing detail to write songs
that tell stories with a political
point... Small's affection and
optimism are contagious. *
— The New York Times
"Fred Small is one of America's
best songwriters. Fred's songs
tell a story, paint a picture, get
you involved even when you
don't intend to be."
— Pete Seeger
"Superb... Riveting... Small's
music crackles and vibrates,
injecting an edgy buoyancy to his
about the environment and over-
— Ft. Lauderdale Sun & Sentinel
Fred Small sings
songs of peace, the earth,
changing women and changing
men — songs of love,
songs of hope, and songs
to sing along.
In a concert presented by Mantle Door Music
Friday, February 18, 1995, 8:BB pm, First Congregational Church
1311 Holman, between Austin and Caroline, across from Houston Community College Central Campus
Tickets: $18 in aduance at
Crossroads Markef, 6ie id Alabama
Inklings: Hn Rlternatiue Bookshop, 1846 Richmond
Lucia's Garden, 2942 Ulrginla at West Alabama
Tickets $12 at the door; Information: 524-5851
Womyn's Music *■* tli & Culture!
Where: Camp Sister Spirit — Oyett, Mississippi
When: April 13-16, 1995 i~ •
Why: The political is personal. The right-wing
religious zealots have tried to stop us from gathering.
As a family, we are standing our ground and are working
for civil rights for all of us. We need your support.
Producers: Brenda & Wanda Henson
Cost: Worker tickets $25 - $50
Festee-goers $80 -$120
(More if you can; Less if you can't.)
The Need: This event is our major/annual fundraiser for
Camp Sister Spirit. We need 500 participants to enable us
to build a library and financially support our work for
1995 — an entire year. Please come.
Write: Camp Sister Spirit - • GCWF
P.O. Box 12 Ovett, MS 39464
Call: (601) 344-2005
PFLAG Houston, P.O. Box 692444, Houston 77269-2444
For more information, call 713-867-9020
Houston Parents. Families &. Friends of Lesbians & Gays Presents
Healing the Hurt '95
Con^enoe on tfoiftop/ioltia
MARCH 31 - APRIL 1 SHERATON ASTRODOME
PFLAG Houston is proud to present the second educational
conference on homophobia, offering professionals and the
general public the opportunity to examine the myths, misinformation and misleading stereotypes about gays and lesbians.
Getting The Love You Want
A Workshop for
Lesbian & Gay Couples
A Personal Experience for Change and Growth
Patrick J.Vachon, L.M.S.W.—A.C.P.
Certified Imago Relationship Therapist
Love You Want
An intensive 20-hour experience for couples
based on Imago Relationship Therapy developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of the
best-selling books, Getting The Love You
Want—A Guide for Coupies and Keeping the
Love You Find—a Guide for Singies. It is
guided by the belief that relationships have a
hidden purpose: that of healing childhood
wounds. Imago Relationship Therapy stresses
the importance of understanding and co-operating with this unconscious agenda and offers specific ways to access the nurturing and
care from your relationship that was missed
1995 HOUSTON IMAGO
Designed for Lesbian
& Gay Couples
The unique design of this workshop
is appropriate for you if:
LJ You want to enrich, deepen or
revitalize a good relationship.
LJ You want to nurture a new
LJ You are in a difficult relationship
and want to end a long-standing
LJ You are near break-up and want
to decide if the relationship can be
•APR. 7-9* JUL. 28-30
Cost $400 per couple • Deposit required—Register early!!
• Enrollment is Limited •
For More Information and to Reserve a Space,
Please Call Patrick J.Vachon at (713) 529-1913,Voice Mail #4.
NEW TO HOUSTON!!
Angels In America * opening Night
Performance with a Special Guest * Alley
Theatre * Benefiting DIFFA/Houston * $150
per ticket * Call 552-9445 for more details.
Texas Lesbian Conference
March 31 to April 2, 1995
Town Lake Radisson, Austin
DAS KAFFEEHAUS is a new entertainment
spot for young people to meet for fun, conversation, dancing and artistic expression such as musical
performances, dance programs, comedy monologues, poetry readings, etc Saturdays 7 pm-l am,
basement of Bering Memorial United Methodist
Church, $1 cover charge includes coffee and tea.