OutSpoken: Perspectives on the Creation and Reception of Queer Identities

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I was honoured to be asked by co-editor Jean Hillabold to write a preface for this wonderful “collection of essays exploring the complex, ongoing navigation of public/private (and often queer) identities. This volume is organized under four broad themes around the notion of identity: the conscious creation of public identity, the defining (and, at times, re-defining) of one’s personal identity, the analysis of identity within cultural spheres, and the paradoxical public/private identity of authorship. Eclectic and approachable, these essays demonstrate the growth and interest in GLBTQ research across disciplines and artistic practices.”

It is now available from University of Regina Press.

 

 

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