Under the Rainbow Features L.M. Zoller and Elan Robinson on February 13

(Photo courtesy of L.M. Zoller and Elan Robinson)

Monday, February 13, 6-7:45 PM

L.M. ZOLLER (they/them) is a zinester, writer, and sometimes artist who focuses on queer food, queer history, and Midwestern ephemera. They are the co-author of The Queer Language of Flowers and The Corners of Their Mouth, and the author and artist of Midwestern Transplant Presents Big Butter Jesus and The Jello Salad Mystery. Their work has been published in Queering Dietetics, Kitchen Table, Compound Butter, Comestible, among others. You can find them online at illmakeitmyself.net, thecornersoftheirmouthpress.com, and on Instagram at @illmakeitmyself.

ELAN ROBINSON (they/them) is an artist, illustrator, zinester, and fledgeling printmaker. When not drawing they work in nonprofit communications and find joy in storytelling that contributes to change. Their interests include nature (especially PNW plants, intertidal species, and birds), copper-plate etching, cooking, collecting miniatures, playing Dungeons & Dragons, and learning about local history. They are the co-author of such fine zines as The Queer Language of Flowers and The Corners of Their Mouth, as well as solo projects.

Preregistration is not required.
The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83671133469.
To join by phone, see instructions here.

6:00-6:30 PM — Social time
6:30-7:45 PM — Program begins with land acknowledgement and call to action,

followed by featured and open-mic storytelling; each story followed by group conversation

Under the Rainbow: Storytelling for the LGBTQIA+ and Allied Community takes place every second Monday for teens and adults. Sign up for open mic at the event. LGBTQIA+ tellers are prioritized; allies are welcome in the audience and to participate in post-story conversation. No one is obligated to tell a story.

Under the Rainbow is supported by Edmonds Library, Edmonds Arts Commission, Seattle Storytellers Guild, Edmonds Neighborhood Action Coalition, and a grant from the Pride Foundation.

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