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Author and activist Bill Burleson

From: KFAI
Series: 10,000 Fresh Voices
Length: 03:27

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Minneapolis writer and activist Bill Burleson has published short stories in literary fiction, and recently completed “Avenue of the Lost and Found." He has also written numerous nonfiction works, including “Bi America: Myths, Truths, and Struggles of an Invisible Community." As a community activist, Burleson is a a regular speaker and workshop facilitator at LGBT conferences and events, founder of the Bisexual Organizing Project, and co-founder of the weekly Minneapolis cable access television show, BiCities! This story was produced for KFAI by Dixie Treichel. Read the full description.

Burleson_small Minneapolis writer and activist Bill Burleson has published short stories in literary fiction, and recently completed "Avenue of the Lost and Found." He has also written numerous nonfiction works,  including "Bi America: Myths, Truths, and Struggles of an Invisible Community." As a community activist, Burleson is a a regular speaker and workshop facilitator at LGBT conferences and events, founder of the Bisexual Organizing Project, and co-founder of the weekly Minneapolis cable access television show, BiCities! This story was produced for KFAI by Dixie Treichel.

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Minneapolis writer and activist Bill Burleson has published short stories in literary fiction, and recently completed "Avenue of the Lost and Found." He has also written numerous nonfiction works,  including "Bi America: Myths, Truths, and Struggles of an Invisible Community." As a community activist, Burleson is a a regular speaker and workshop facilitator at LGBT conferences and events, founder of the Bisexual Organizing Project, and co-founder of the weekly Minneapolis cable access television show, BiCities! This story was produced for KFAI by Dixie Treichel.