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Stonewall: Stories of Gay Liberation - Jack Fritscher
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[EAN: 9781890834449], Neubuch, JACK FRITSCHER,RICHARD LABONTE MARK HEMRY THOMPSON,GAY, Paperback. 256 pages. Jack Fritscher is a best-selling and highly acclaimed novelist, historian, and magazine journalist whose Some Dance to Remember and Gay San Francisco are heritage landmarks in gay literature. Along with fellow authors Chuck Palahniuk, Michael Cunningham, Armistead Maupin, Edmund White, Andrew Holleran, and Felice Picano, Fritscherwho is the eldest of the group, has widened and shaped the liminal diversity of the gay literary canon. Stonewall surveys his fifty-year career capturing the character, dialogue, and nuance of the gay culture he loves. According to Willie Walker, founder of the GLBT Historical Society of San Francisco, Fritscher is a prolific writer who since the late 1960s has helped document the gay world and the changes it has undergone. In this new collection, Fritscher rolls out nine excellently crafted short stories written over a forty-year career showcasing gay people, gay places, and gay events from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake in Dear Benny through the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion up to Y2K in Mrs. Dalloway Went That-A-Way. In stories of memories and truths told with an almost psychic feeling for the way we are, Fritschers use of the omniscient narrators voice inflects his stories with humor, irony, and drama. As a prose stylist, he is a marvelously talented writer and a tuneful wordsmith whose joyful use of language surprises and delights the reader. His stories rhyme with the gay archetype. The title story, taking place in the last hour of the Last Pre-Historic Gay Periodsixty minutes before the NYPD raided the Stonewall bar!is a classic screwball comedy with dialogue to die for. Stonewall is pitch-perfect. Thomas Long, editor, Harrington Gay Mens Fiction Quarterly, Associate Professor-in-Residence, University of Connecticut. The nine stories, set between 1906 to 1999, stretch from Greenwich Village bars to Midwest movie palaces and to Alaska cruise ships via San Francisco teeming with gay-immigrant refugees from the 1970s culture wars. In the way the fast-talking Stonewall memorializes Christopher Street, three West Coast stories form a Castro Street Trilogy. o Last Tango on Castro Street is a comedy about the early days of Gay Gentrification and sexual identity in San Francisco (adapted by the author into play Coming Attractions: Kweenasheba for San Franciscos Yonkers Production Company). o 18th and Castro confronts themes of the birth of gay lib, coming out, blindness, guilt, and racism; its pace reads with all the suspense of Alfred Hitchcock directing a psychological thriller film about fear and fantasy on Castro Street four years after the Stonewall revolution. o B-Movie on Castro Street, with its old-school blues for the man that got away skins down the exquisite freedom of the 1979 street-scene heyday with the opening line: Lover trouble. Just like Bette Davis. While Dear Benny is a Valentine of boys in love, its opposite story, the existential The Unseen Hand in the Lavender Light, tracks a young boy, abandoned at the Bee Hive caf, who comes out during World War II in the dark Apollo movie theater where, lit only by the light of the projector, he tries to grow up as the 1950s become the1960s. The Story Knife is the shipboard tale of a dedicated priest who discovers (not all to his dismay) that temptation has turned him into a sex-tourist beguiled by a cabin boy from Genoa. In Mrs. Dalloway Went That-A-Way, his touching story of eldercare and gay marriage, he teases out Michael Cunninghams The Hours and Virginia Woolfs Mrs Dalloway into a tender love story. Guided by gaydar, he reinvents the Celtic mythology of his own Irish roots spinning legendary Lady Gregory and James Joyce in the genius humor of Chasing Danny Boy which, published initially with Neil Jordan, director of The Crying Game, is perhaps one of the great gay short stories. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Capa comum, [EAN: 9781890834449], Palm Drive Publishing, Palm Drive Publishing, Book, [PU: Palm Drive Publishing], 2008-12-29, Palm Drive Publishing, "At Stonewall," Jack Fritscher wrote, "gay character changed." In June 1969, the legendary Stonewall Rebellion in New York's Greenwich Village began the national gay civil rights movement. Fritscher, one-time lover of Robert Mapplethorpe and early intimate of elegant Picasso biographer and "Vanity Fair" author John Richardson, is the highly acclaimed novelist, award-winning historian, and polished prose stylist. His best-selling "Some Dance to Remember: A Memoir-Novel of San Francisco 1970-1982" pairs perfectly with his nonfiction tour de force "Gay San Francisco" as "roots" landmarks in gay literature. "The Advocate" said that "Fritscher writes...wonderful books" and that he made "the Castro mythic." In his fiction collection celebrating Stonewall turning forty, Fritscher-turning seventy-unreels nine perfectly crafted stories introduced by literary critics Richard Labonté of A Different Light and by Mark Thompson of "The Advocate." Labonté: "A sterling collection...perfectly catches our bitchy bravura." Thompson: "Hilarious, exquisite, empowering stories about how fabulous we are." Editor Mark Hemry selected the tales in this edition to show, first, how Stonewall affected gay culture (on the Gay Axis connecting Stonewall to San Francisco), and, second, how Fritscher in the West Coast school of writing helped build the national aftermath of the East Coast Stonewall. Among fellow authors such as Armistead Maupin, Edmund White, Felice Picano, and the pseudonymous Andrew Holleran, Fritscher is the eldest and the first published (1950s) and is the only lifelong magazine editor, journalist, and photographer. His truly distinctive contribution to GLBT literature has been his widening-precisely with his recurrent themes of humanism and eros-the liminal diversity of the gay literary canon in books such as his controversial memoir of his affair with the much-damned photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in "Mapplethorpe: Assault with a Deadly Camera." "Stonewall " surveys the fictive essence of his 50-year career capturing the character, dialogue, and nuance of the gay culture whose emotional curves he loves. Willie Walker, founder of the GLBT Historical Society of San Francisco, has observed: "Fritscher is a prolific writer who since the late 1960s has helped document the gay world and the changes it has undergone." Guided by a rather good sense of gaydar in this new collection, Fritscher celebrates gay "drama" and diversity and "brilliant gay voices" in these nine tales scanning the curvature of the gay Earth--from the 1906 earthquake in "Meet Me in San Francisco" through the 1969 Stonewall rebellion up to gay marriage in "Mrs. Dalloway Went That-A-Way." Recommended for public and academic libraries, and for special collections of gay literature and GLBT studies, as well as for coffee-house, commute, vacation, and bedside reading. "'Stonewall' is pitch-perfect." Thomas Long, editor, "Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly," University of Connecticut, 7882709011, LGBT/GLS, 14025309011, Biografias e Memórias, 14025310011, Crítica Literária, 14025311011, Não-Ficção, 7882627011, Inglês e Outras Línguas, 7841278011, Categorias, 6740748011, Livros, 14025313011, Contos, 7882715011, Literatura e Ficção, 7882627011, Inglês e Outras Línguas, 7841278011, Categorias, 6740748011, Livros, 14025345011, Ficção, 7882715011, Literatura e Ficção, 7882627011, Inglês e Outras Línguas, 7841278011, Categorias, 6740748011, Livros, 14025408011, Gay, 14025407011, Gay e Lésbica, 14025400011, Literatura de Gênero, 7882715011, Literatura e Ficção, 7882627011, Inglês e Outras Línguas, 7841278011, Categorias, 6740748011, Livros, 8169562011, Custom Stores, 8169627011, Busca Avançada, 13420260011, Volta às Aulas, 8169561011, Specialty Stores, 6740748011, Livros

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"At Stonewall," Jack Fritscher wrote, "gay character changed." In June 1969, the legendary Stonewall Rebellion in New York's Greenwich Village began the national gay civil rights movement. Fritscher, one-time lover of Robert Mapplethorpe and early intimate of elegant Picasso biographer and "Vanity Fair" author John Richardson, is the highly acclaimed novelist, award-winning historian, and polished prose stylist. His best-selling "Some Dance to Remember: A Memoir-Novel of San Francisco 1970-1982" pairs perfectly with his nonfiction tour de force "Gay San Francisco" as "roots" landmarks in gay literature. "The Advocate" said that "Fritscher writes...wonderful books" and that he made "the Castro mythic." In his fiction collection celebrating Stonewall turning forty, Fritscher-turning seventy-unreels nine perfectly crafted stories introduced by literary critics Richard Labont of A Different Light and by Mark Thompson of "The Advocate." Labont: "A sterling collection...perfectly catches our bitchy bravura." Thompson: "Hilarious, exquisite, empowering stories about how fabulous we are." Editor Mark Hemry selected the tales in this edition to show, first, how Stonewall affected gay culture (on the Gay Axis connecting Stonewall to San Francisco), and, second, how Fritscher in the West Coast school of writing helped build the national aftermath of the East Coast Stonewall. Among fellow authors such as Armistead Maupin, Edmund White, Felice Picano, and the pseudonymous Andrew Holleran, Fritscher is the eldest and the first published (1950s) and is the only lifelong magazine editor, journalist, and photographer. His truly distinctive contribution to GLBT literature has been his widening-preciselywith his recurrent themes of humanism and eros-the liminal diversity of the gay literary canon in books such as his controversial memoir of his affair with the much-damned photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in "Mapplethorpe: Assault with a Deadly Camera." "Stonewall" surveys the fictive essence of his 50-year career capturing the character, dialogue, and nuance of the gay culture whose emotional curves he loves. Willie Walker, founder of the GLBT Historical Society of San Francisco, has observed: "Fritscher is a prolific writer who since the late 1960s has helped document the gay world and the changes it has undergone." Guided by a rather good sense of gaydar in this new collection, Fritscher celebrates gay "drama" and diversity and "brilliant gay voices" in these nine tales scanning the curvature of the gay Earth--from the 1906 earthquake in "Meet Me in San Francisco" through the 1969 Stonewall rebellion up to gay marriage in "Mrs. Dalloway Went That-A-Way." Recommended for public and academic libraries, and for special collections of gay literature and GLBT studies, as well as fo Stonewall: Stories of Gay Liberation Fritscher, Jack / Thompson, Mark / LaBonte, Richard, Palm Drive Publishing

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"At Stonewall," Jack Fritscher wrote, "gay character changed." In June 1969, the legendary Stonewall Rebellion in New York's Greenwich Village began the national gay civil rights movement. Fritscher, one-time lover of Robert Mapplethorpe and early intimate of elegant Picasso biographer and "Vanity Fair" author John Richardson, is the highly acclaimed novelist, award-winning historian, and polished prose stylist. His best-selling "Some Dance to Remember: A Memoir-Novel of San Francisco 1970-1982" pairs perfectly with his nonfiction tour de force "Gay San Francisco" as "roots" landmarks in gay literature. "The Advocate" said that "Fritscher writes...wonderful books" and that he made "the Castro mythic." In his fiction collection celebrating Stonewall turning forty, Fritscher-turning seventy-unreels nine perfectly crafted stories introduced by literary critics Richard Labonté of A Different Light and by Mark Thompson of "The Advocate." Labonté: "A sterling collection...perfectly catches our bitchy bravura." Thompson: "Hilarious, exquisite, empowering stories about how fabulous we are." Editor Mark Hemry selected the tales in this edition to show, first, how Stonewall affected gay culture (on the Gay Axis connecting Stonewall to San Francisco), and, second, how Fritscher in the West Coast school of writing helped build the national aftermath of the East Coast Stonewall. Among fellow authors such as Armistead Maupin, Edmund White, Felice Picano, and the pseudonymous Andrew Holleran, Fritscher is the eldest and the first published (1950s) and is the only lifelong magazine editor, journalist, and photographer. His truly distinctive contribution to GLBT literature has been his widening-precisely with his recurrent themes of humanism and eros-the liminal diversity of the gay literary canon in books such as his controversial memoir of his affair with the much-damned photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in "Mapplethorpe: Assault with a Deadly Camera." "Stonewall " surveys the fictive essence of his 50-year career capturing the character, dialogue, and nuance of the gay culture whose emotional curves he loves. Willie Walker, founder of the GLBT Historical Society of San Francisco, has observed: "Fritscher is a prolific writer who since the late 1960s has helped document the gay world and the changes it has undergone." Guided by a rather good sense of gaydar in this new collection, Fritscher celebrates gay "drama" and diversity and "brilliant gay voices" in these nine tales scanning the curvature of the gay Earth--from the 1906 earthquake in "Meet Me in San Francisco" through the 1969 Stonewall rebellion up to gay marriage in "Mrs. Dalloway Went That-A-Way." Recommended for public and academic libraries, and for special collections of gay literature and GLBT studies, as well as for coffee-house, commute, vacation, and bedside reading. "'Stonewall' is pitch-perfect." Thomas Long, editor, "Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly," University of Connecticut

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781890834449
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1890834440
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: PALM DRIVE PUB
256 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,336 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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