The Princess & the Cockette: A book signing, discussion, and entertainment by HRH Lee Mentley & Dolores De Luce
When: Sunday, June 4, 2:00-4:00pm
Where: ONE Archives at USC Libraries
909 W. Adams Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90007
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Street parking is available. Light refreshments will be served.
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The Princess of Castro Street by HRH Lee Mentley
“Princess Lee Lee’s recount of the roaring 70’s in San Francisco flies off the page
and into the outer spaces of your mind, expanding the meaning of what it’s like
to live life on the razor edge of insanity, daring us all to realize our Greatest
Expectations!…The Princess tells it like it was at the Hula Palace and City Hall.
Starting at the epicenter, Castro and 19th Street, Le Roy holds her finger on the
pulse beat of the party. Don’t miss your chance to read all about it.”
– IORY Allison, author of the Glamour Galore Trilogy
“Thank you for sharing these wonderful stories with me. Do continue on with
the project; ten or 12 stories could very well make a book, not to mention a
necessary adjustment of gay history.” -Mark Thompson, Author and Editor
My Life, A Four Letter Word by Dolores De Luce
“My Life, a Four Letter Word: Confessions of a Counter Culture Diva is a sociological
study as well as a study of sexuality: Ann-Margret meets Margaret Mead. A must
read for anyone who wants a peek into the underground from the vantage point
of Ms. De Luce’s Teetering Pumps.” -Michael Kearns, Author, Actor, Activist
“It’s as if the gods of comedy and pathos, wisdom and chaos were zooming these
pages all at once. The writer is an original force of nature, abundant with talent
and stories that amaze, delight, and instill wonder.” -Mark Thompson, Author and Editor
“Glitter and rhinestones rain on the gritty road of this single mom who claims to
be the illegitimate daughter of Divine. And I believe her.”
-Jeffrey Schwarz, Director of “I Am Divine, “Vito” and “Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon”