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Queer voices : poetry, prose, and pride

Author: Andrea Jenkins; John Medeiros; Lisa Marie Brimmer
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Minnesota Historical Society Press, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since its beginnings in 1993, the Queer Voices reading series has featured both emerging and established Minnesota-based writers of the LGBTQIA+ community. With a track record of more than twenty years, the series has become a national model and one of Minnesota's most important literary institutions. It is reputed to be the longest-running curated queer reading series in the country.In this volume, series curators
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
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Queer voices.
St. Paul, MN : Minnesota Historical Society Press, [2019]
(OCoLC)1099659043
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Jenkins; John Medeiros; Lisa Marie Brimmer
ISBN: 9781681341224 1681341220
OCLC Number: 1086495332
Description: xi, 217 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew p. 3 --
Wearing Bifocals --
Cole Bauer p. 11 --
Lipstick Elephants --
Rochester --
Ryan Berg p. 15 --
Drown --
Stephani Maari Booker p. 20 --
Mango --
Wavelengths --
Lisa Marie Brimmer p. 23 --
I go on --
Kimberly J. Brown p. 26 --
Twirl, Untwirl --
Nate Cannon p. 28 --
Invisible Man --
Anthony Ceballos p. 34 --
Ink Flow --
Sweetest Nothing --
Stephanie Chrismon p. 38 --
Let the Church Say Amen --
Ms. Robinson --
James Cihlar p. 48 --
Double Indemnity --
Melodrama --
Furies --
Venus de Mars p. 53 --
Kite --
Late Night --
Jay Owen Eisenberg p. 63 --
Entomologist --
Granite Falls, Minnesota --
Kelly Frankenberg p. 68 --
Intent to Love --
Ben French p. 75 --
EMDR --
Julie Gard p. 77 --
Oil Change in Morehead, Kentucky --
Air Waves --
Ascent --
This Summer --
Twin Ports --
Christina Glendenning p. 82 --
To Love a Woman --
Rachel Gold p. 84 --
Kissing Kate Bornstein --
Molly Beth Griffin p. 88 --
Exact One I Wanted --
CM Harris p. 94 --
Defender --
Andrea Jenkins p. 101 --
Bag Lady Manifesto: (#sayhername/blacktranslivesmatter) --
Kristin Johnson p. 108 --
A Thousand Reasons Why --
Bridges and Branches --
Bronson Lemer p. 110 --
Chameleon Boy --
Raymond Luczak p. 113 --
Molly --
First Musk --
Catherine Lundoff p. 125 --
Strange, But Not a Stranger --
Josina Manu Maltzman p. 131 --
On the Level --
John Medeiros p. 137 --
Losing Dylan --
Nasreen Mohamed p. 145 --
Skipping Stones --
Michael Kiesow Moore p. 152 --
Day I Recognized that the Country Turned Against Me, Again --
Ahmad Qais Munhazim p. 153 --
A Letter from Exile --
Tonight the Subject Is Love --
Gary Eldon Peter p. 160 --
More Than a Feeling (an excerpt) --
Junauda Petrus p. 166 --
Obituary for Suki, an Old Black Lesbian Who Was Loved --
Trina Porte p. 168 --
Elegy Between Middle Age and Death --
Not their real names --
William Reichard p. 171 --
Midwest Landscape: The First Man --
Perfect --
President Fabulous --
Monster Addresses His Maker on the Night of His Nuptials --
Katie robinson p. 175 --
Biggest Fish I Follow Follow Ghosts --
Dua Saleh p. 177 --
Displaced Ancestry --
Oh Doctor, Who Art in Heaven --
Lucas Scheelk p. 181 --
Containers --
Choking on the Ashes of Decomposing Depressive Episodes --
Erin Sharkey p. 185 --
Grapefruit --
Rodented Away --
Christine Stark p. 188 --
Bovine Babes --
Vanessa Taylor p. 194 --
Salat al kusoof --
Shattering my sister's confidence --
Bradford Tice p. 196 --
Dom Poem --
Sub Poem --
Ann Tweedy p. 200 --
Rental Property --
Storms --
Anatomy of a Name --
An Instant --
Morgan Grayce Willow p. 208 --
On My Way to John Berryman I Discover Stephanie Brown --
Way It Is --
I Raise My Eyes to Fred & Ginger --
S. Yarberry p. 213 --
Where do your hands go when we sleep? --
Ariel Zitny p. 215 --
Morning Blessing --
What Is a Queer in Isolation?.
Other Titles: Queer voices (Literary works)
Responsibility: edited by Andrea Jenkins, John Medeiros, and Lisa Marie Brimmer.

Abstract:

Since its beginnings in 1993, the Queer Voices reading series has featured both emerging and established Minnesota-based writers of the LGBTQIA+ community. With a track record of more than twenty years, the series has become a national model and one of Minnesota's most important literary institutions. It is reputed to be the longest-running curated queer reading series in the country.In this volume, series curators John Medeiros and Andrea Jenkins and facilitator Lisa Marie Brimmer present the finest poetry, fiction, and nonfiction pieces by the presenters. Their work, generated and performed in a powerful space of understanding, explores the material of life without internal or external censorship. Living, loving, working, learning, playing, reflecting, knowing, inventing, and being--these magnificent queer voices affirm the importance of civil literacy and the power of vulnerability. --

Contributors: Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew, Cole Bauer, Ryan Berg, Stephani Maari Booker, Lisa Marie Brimmer, Kimberly J. Brown, Nate Cannon, Anthony Ceballos, Stephanie Chrismon, James Cihlar, Venus de Mars, Jay Owen Eisenberg, Kelly Frankenberg, Ben French, Julie Gard, Christina Glendenning, Rachel Gold, Molly Beth Griffin, CM Harris, Andrea Jenkins, Kristin Johnson, Bronson Lemer, Raymond Luczak, Catherine Lundoff, Josina Manu Maltzman, John Medeiros, Nasreen Mohamed, Michael Kiesow Moore, Ahmad Qais Munhazim, Gary Eldon Peter, Junauda Petrus, Trina Porte, William Reichard, katie robinson, Dua Saleh, Lucas Scheelk, Erin Sharkey, Christine Stark, Vanessa Taylor, Bradford Tice, Ann Tweedy, Morgan Grayce Willow, S. Yarberry, Ariel Zitny. --

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