Anthology of lesbian prose text
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I named about two dozen titles, ranging from novels to memoirs to nonfiction. But that was just my opinion. Narrowing down the choices to just three titles is difficult. If you have your own favorites, let us know in the comments. Angels in America by Tony Kushner.
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GASPP: A Gay Anthology of Singapore Poetry & Prose
Lesbian literature - Wikipedia
Links Awards Since the Renaissance, countless writers have been magnetized by the notion of love between women. From Renaissance love poems to twentieth-century novels, plays, and short stories, The Literature of Lesbianism brings together hundreds of literary works on the subject of female homosexuality. This is not an anthology of "lesbian writers. Terry Castle explores the emergence and transformation of the "idea of lesbianism": its conceptual origins and how it has been transmitted, transformed, and collectively embellished over the past five centuries. Both male and female authors are represented here and they display an astonishing and often unpredictable range of attitudes. Some excoriate female same-sex love; some eulogize it. Some are salacious or satiric; others sympathetic and confessional.
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In a few minutes, we came up with fifteen names, but although we listed white, Jewish, and African American women and Latinas, we could not come up with even one Asian American. In the early s, Kitty Tsui emerged as one of our few published writers and role models, and some of us exalted her fire-breathing poems, as if they-actually having appeared in print-were better proof of our existence than our own flesh and blood could ever be. In The Words of a Woman Who Breathes Fire , a collection of poetry and prose, Tsui offered us an image of a proud, defiant, "no bullshit' woman, the dyke we all wanted to be: i am not afraid of talking back to those who presume to know who i am and telling me that what i do is not natural Significantly, her book appeared at a time that a loose network of Asian American dykes was finally organizing itself in enclaves across the nation, from San Francisco to New York City. By the time I considered myself a card-carrying member somewhere in the mids, the network of individuals was practically a "movement,' sponsoring newsletters and potlucks and softball leagues on a regular basis and going public with declarations of our independence from men and celebrations of our love for women.
She attended Catholic schools before graduating from Hunter High School and published her first poem in Seventeen magazine while still a student there. I would read poems, and I would memorize them. People would say, well what do you think, Audre. What happened to you yesterday?