The New Haven Pride Center is proud to present:

PRIDE Author Talk: Jean Copeland
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 | 7:30 – 8:30p

Live on Facebook & YouTube

Join us as we sit down with Connecticut Lesbian fiction author Jean Copeland as she discusses her writing, including her latest book “One Woman’s Treasure” (released July 2020). We will further discuss Jean’s latest book during our monthly book club later in September.

This talk will be moderated by the Center’s Women’s Program Officer, Miranda Rector.

Jean (she/her) is an author and English/language arts teacher at an alternative high school in Connecticut. For her first novel, The Revelation of Beatrice Darby, she won the Alice B. Readers Lavender Certificate and the 2016 GCLS Goldie Award for debut author, and was a Goldie finalist in the historical fiction category. In addition to her novels, Jean has published numerous works of short fiction and essays online and in print anthologies. When not exploring the world of lesbian fiction, she enjoys watching her students discover their talents in creative writing and poetry, traveling, relaxing by the shore, and good wine and conversation with friends. Organ donation and shelter animal adoption are causes dear to her heart.

The New Haven Pride Center provides educational, cultural and social enrichment for the LGBTQ+ community, its allies, and members, to make a positive contribution to the entire community of Greater New Haven. To find out more visit

This program is a part of the New Haven Pride Center’s LGBTQ+ Author Series, which is a part of our Arts, Culture & Humanities programming and is made possible with funding from CT Humanities.

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