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ABO Comix: A Queer Prisoners Anthology #1 ABO Comix
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This anthology is a collection of comix by currently incarcerated queer prisoners from across the U.S. The art was all drawn using only supplies that could be purchased through penitentiary commissary stores and the stories express what life is like for LGBTQ people behind bars. All profits from this comic go back to the contributors or are donated to prison abolition organizations.
ABO Comix: A Queer Prisoners Anthology #2 ABO Comix
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642541953
ABO Comix Edition II is the sequel anthology to our first comic book of stories created by queer and trans prisoners detailing life on the inside. We are featuring comics from many of our Edition I contributors, as well as new artists. The ABO Comix anthology is a raw, authentic look into prison life from a queer perspective. This book features accomplished cartoonists and first time doodlers in an effort to amplify the voices of all LGBTQ prisoners we are able. Proceeds from this anthology go back to the contributors so that they can access commissary & gender affirming items, healthcare and legal support.
Paris Resurrected Jordyn King
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$15.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Paris Resurrected, named in honor of the groundbreaking documentary Paris is Burning, is a deep dive into black queer and trans identities, and the points at which those identities intersect with other aspects of life. Paris Resurrected is a concerted effort to put the experiences of a black, nonbinary person into writing in a world where those identities are not represented in bodies of literature.
PROMISCUOUS THEATER: The Ethico-Aesthetics of Radical Sex and the Plays of Robert Chesley Glenn D. Kessler, Ph.D.
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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This study takes the rituals of radical sex practiced by gay men in the 1970s and the plays of Robert Chesley as its primary focus in order to develop a theoretical model of theatrical exchange based on his unique contributions to drama. It provides the only in- depth analysis of the works of Chesley, an important and under-evaluated queer dramatist.. While I do not construct my analysis as a biography of Chesley, his life as a Person with AIDS (PWA) as documented in his personal journals and represented in his plays provides vital insights into his process, politics and perversions. Due to the graphic sex portrayed on stage, Chesley's plays radically re-imagine the porousness of the bod ...