Browsing: July-August 2014

July-August 2014

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License to Wed
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License to Wed: What Legal Marriage Means to Same-Sex Couples by Kimberly D. Richman New York University Press.  271 pages, $39. “License” can mean official permission to do…More

Tiger Heron
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Tiger Heron by Robin Becker University of Pittsburgh Press.  80 pages, $15.95 ROBIN BECKER is a well-established American poet and literary critic and professor at Penn State. Her…More

Queer Zines
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Queer Zines and Queer Zines 2 Edited by AA Bronson and Philip Aarons Printed Matter, Incorporated 271 pages, $25. (vol. 1) 264 pages, $25. (vol. 2) ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED…More

Susan Sontag: A Biography
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Daniel Schreiber, a Berlin-based journalist and critic, originally published this biography in Germany in 2007 as Susan Sontag: Geist und Glamour. Translated from the German by David Dollenmayer as Susan Sontag: A Biography, the book is for the most part an engaging and fascinating life story …

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Call Me Burroughs
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THIS COMPREHENSIVE biography covers the life and writings of one of the best-known American novelists of the 20th century, from his birth and early life in St. Louis, Missouri, to his final years in Lawrence, Kansas.

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See a Little Light
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See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody by Bob Mould with Michael Azerrad Cleis Press. 403 pages, $16.95 See a Little Light, titled after one of…More

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Hold Tight Gently: Michael Callen, Essex Hemphill, and the Battlefield of AIDS by Martin Duberman The New Press. 368 pages, $27.95 SINCE THE LATE 1990s, I have seen…More

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The Cinema of Sergei Parajanov by James Steffen Wisconsin. 326 pages, $29.95 IT MAY BE serendipitous that James Steffen’s Cinema of Sergei Parajanov, the first ever English-language academic…More

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Darling: A Spiritual Autobiography By Richard Rodriguez Viking. 235 pages, $26.95 WHAT MANY LISTENERS remember about the commentaries that Richard Rodriguez delivered for years on the PBS Newshour…More