Maxine Kauter tells us the story of her amazing adventure right into the heart of Evangelical Christianity and advice that you should be careful how well you make your bed because you may be asleep in it for longer than you think.
Maxine is a singer, songwriter and storyteller. She is best known for her role as the titular character in the long-running soap opera, ‘The Maxine Kauter Band’. In that role she has self-released three records of critically acclaimed music for sad sacks. She is also the founder of Museophilliac, producing bespoke content and performances for cultural institutions. In that capacity she has written content and produced shows for The City of Sydney, The Australian Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum and various art and design galleries including the independent curatorial space The Cross Art Projects.
Maxine will be featured in the new Queerstories book which can be pre-ordered on Booktopia.
Queerstories is an LGBTQIA+ storytelling night programmed by Maeve Marsden, with regular events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. For Queerstories event dates, visit www.maevemarsden.com, and follow Queerstories on Facebook.
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