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Growing up gay, growing up lesbian : a literary anthology

Auteur: Bennett L Singer
Uitgever: New York : The New Press, ©1993.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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The first literary anthology geared specifically to lesbian and gay youth, Growing Up Gay is a much-needed resource for young people who are often isolated, shunned by their peers, and treated by schools and the media as though they do not exist. This ambitious collection of more than fifty coming of age stories pairs selections by teenagers with older writers' reflections on growing up gay or lesbian. Fiction by  Meer lezen...
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Bennett L Singer
ISBN: 1565841026 9781565841024
OCLC-nummer: 78127303
Beschrijving: xviii, 317 pages ; 22 cm
Inhoud: American dreams / Kevin Jennings --
It happened on Main Street / Linda Heal--
My image of myself / Dennis --
from Johnnieruth / Becky Birtha --
from Martina / Martina Navratilova --
from The David Kopay story / David Kopay, Perry Deane Young --
The answers I needed / Billie Tallmij --
from The well of loneliness / Radclyffe Hall / from The naked civil servant / Quentin Crisp --
from Zami / Audre Lorde --
A diet of green salads / Whitey --
Blueberry man / David Bergman --
A world of possibilities / Steven Saylor --
The world outside / Julia Sullivan --
Different is not bad / Michael --
from Annie on my mind / Nancy Garden --
We two boys together clinging / Walt Whitman --
My archenemy / Jill Frushtick --
from The best little boy in the world / John Reid --
My best friend is gay?! / Shawn --
It's too hot / David J. Deschamps --
from Giovanni's room / James Baldwin --
Life line / Gloria E. Anzaldua --
from Take off the masks / Malcolm Boyd --
My story / Dennis Cooper --
from Raven's Road / Paula Gunn Allen --
from The lost language of cranes / David Leavitt --
Coming out to my mom / Travis Wise --
My mother's worst fears / Nancy D. Kates. Black, queer, and out / Karl Bruce Knapper --
Cat / Julie Carter --
from Becoming a man / Paul Monette --
What my father told me / Paul Phillips --
from My brother on the shoulder of the road / Clifford Chase --
My brother / Pat Parker --
Growing up gay in Little Havana / Jesse G. Monteagudo --
from Oranges are not the only fruit / Jeanette Winterson --
Dawn / James Purdy --
A Chinese banquet / Kitty Tsui --
Commitments / Essex Hemphill --
from Gun-shy / Sean Mills --
from Night kites / M.E. Kerr --
A whisper in the veins / Terry Wolverton --
Mother and child / Jeanne Manford, Morty Manford --
A lesbian in class! / Beth Harrison --
A letter to Aunt Shelley and Uncle Don / Tom Shepard --
from We all nourish truth with our tongues / Dorothy Allison --
from Honor bound / Joseph Steffan --
Speaking up / Erna Pahe --
In my own space / Calvin Glenn --
from Teamwork / Lucy Jane Bledsoe --
Language of violence / The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy --
from Abominations / Lev Raphael --
from Rubyfruit jungle / Rita Mae Brown / from Reflections of a rock lobster / Aaron Fricke --
Does it matter? / Anonymous.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Bennett L. Singer.

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The first literary anthology geared specifically to lesbian and gay youth, Growing Up Gay is a much-needed resource for young people who are often isolated, shunned by their peers, and treated by schools and the media as though they do not exist. This ambitious collection of more than fifty coming of age stories pairs selections by teenagers with older writers' reflections on growing up gay or lesbian. Fiction by James Baldwin, Rita Mae Brown, and Jeanette Winterson counterpoints autobiographical pieces by Quentin Crisp, Audre Lorde, and Paul Monette; diary accounts of growing up gay in the 1980s and 1990s complement poems, stories, and oral histories that tell what it was like to come of age as a gay man or lesbian in the 1940s and 1950s, when the notion of gay liberation was a distant prospect indeed. Topics include discovering one's sexual identity, entering into friendships and relationships, and finding a place within the sometimes hostile, sometimes welcoming worlds of school, family, work, faith, and community. Central to the book are the voices of young people struggling with how it feels to be part of a largely invisible and often misunderstood minority. The anthology also contains a comprehensive resource guide, with suggestions for further reading, listings of gay and lesbian youth organizations, and phone numbers for national and local hot lines.

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