SNMAL Clubs are open to all Stonewall members.
If you are not a member already, become
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and find community in one of the following clubs. 



Join SNMALs Literary Book Club led by Clayton Littlewood.

The Book Club
 meets the second Monday of each month from 6:308:00 pm on ZoomBorn and raised in England, Clay now lives in Fort Lauderdale. A musician, playwright, and actor, he is the author of two books Dirty White Boy: Tales of Soho and Goodbye to Soho. The club is limited to 15 participants and is held on ZoomAdmission is free, but you must be a Stonewall Member to participate.

To sign up, please e-mail

Next Meeting Date: May 13, 2024 | 6:30 PM (ET)
Book: “The Best Strangers In The Worldby Ari Shapiro

From the beloved host of NPR’s All Things Considered, a stirring memoir-in-essays that is also a love letter to journalism.

In his first book, broadcaster Ari Shapiro takes us around the globe to reveal the stories behind narratives that are sometimes heartwarming, sometimes heartbreaking, but always poignant. He details his time traveling on Air Force One with President Obama, or following the path of Syrian refugees fleeing war, or learning from those fighting for social justice both at home and abroad.

As the self-reinforcing bubbles we live in become more impenetrable, Ari Shapiro keeps seeking ways to help people listen to one another; to find connection and commonality with those who may seem different; to remind us that, before religion, or nationality, or politics, we are all human.”  Blurb at Barnes & Noble

Cover of book The Best Strangers in the World


Join SNMAL’s Film Club led by John Catania and Charles Ignacio from Chillfest.

The Film Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Founded in 2005 by John Catania and Charles Ignacio, Chillfest is dedicated to screening moving image art forms that express and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ experience, and to recognizing the creative work of LGBTQIA+ filmmakers.

The Club is limited to 15 participants who will select an LGBTQIA+ film, watch it on their own time, and meet monthly online via Zoom to discuss, critique, learn and reflect.

Admission is free, but you must be a Stonewall member to participate.

To sign up, please email


Next SNMA Film Club will be Wednesday, May 8 at 7:00 PM (ET)

Living a solitary life in London, a melancholy screenwriter, Adam, meets and begins a passionate relationship with Harry, a neighbor in his building with a more adventuresome spirit. As the two discover each other and the nightlife scene, Adam also journeys to his childhood home to confront his troubled past. Adapted from the 1987 novel Strangers by Taichi Yamada, the film is by British director Andrew Haigh, whose 2011 feature breakthrough Weekend is among the most beloved gay romances of the 21st century.

Watch the film on Hulu, YouTube, Apple TV, or Amazon Prime.
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Movie poster for Anatomy of a Fall