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Eileen Myles
Birth date: January 01, 1949
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All about me
All about me rated it 5 years ago
Tried it. Couldn't get into it. Just a bit too icky reading about this poor fellow who had to suffer the obsessions of weirder than weird married couple. Maybe I'll come back to it later and appreciate it for the comedy genius lightly simmering under the surface, that's way down deep under the surfa...
M Sarki
M Sarki rated it 5 years ago
http://msarki.tumblr.com/post/144548665038/i-love-dick-by-chris-krausArt is the consequence of that excess, that energy or force, that puts life at risk for the sake of intensification, for the sake of sensation itself—not simply for pleasure or for sexuality, as psychoanalysis suggests—but for what...
1st Avenue
1st Avenue rated it 8 years ago
A friend who is a sociology teacher asked me to read this book and give her feedback. She's thinking about teaching it in a class next semester. I have no idea what class she's teaching or why it has to be this book, but I'm certain of one thing--this book will get people talking. The title alone wi...
Bibliophilic Monologues
Bibliophilic Monologues rated it 9 years ago
The Letter Q is a poignant collection of countless letters from several LGBT authors to their younger selves holding hope, wisdom and hindsight. The book is beautifully bound, its pages smooth and able to withstand time and tears. The short letters invite the reader into the heads and personal lives...
Bibliopunkk
Bibliopunkk rated it 9 years ago
The Letter Q is a series of letters written from several gay authors to their younger selves. Many of these letter are affirmations, positive declarations about who the younger person will become. This collection is edited by Sarah Moon. Within the pages of this slim book the reader will find 64 of ...
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