Sarah Schulman

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Jason Holliday and Shirley Clarke Revisited

Perhaps if you are not a student of film you may not have ever heard of Shirley Clarke or her controversial and forgotten 1967 documentary, "Portrait of Jason." This pioneering film classic has jus ...

Best Lesbian Erotica, Eating Their Own

In June of this year I sent out a story to be considered for Best Lesbian Erotica 2014, a popular anthology put out by Cleis Press. ...

Schulman on Her Jewish Identity & Queer Politics at the Gay Center

A book reading two years in the making, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid's (QAIA's) event featuring Sarah Schulman had its innocuous moments (the actual reading of a memoir, by genre an uncontestab ...

TODAY: Schulman Brings Pinkwashing to the Gay Center

Tonight NYC queers can take advantage of two literary events: the first being a literary mixer at the Dalloway, which begins at 6pm; the second being what h ...

Butler, Barghouti Talk BDS & Academic Freedom at Brooklyn College

After standing in the cold, making our way through a patdown or two (I was patted-down generously by a female officer while Moon for some reason had a male officer do the dirty), as well as a few c ...

Schroeder's "Beautiful Wreck" Revives Queer Memoir

Queer women have flocked to the umbrella genre of autobiography/memoir in recent years. ...

Book Review: "Israel/Palestine and the Queer International," by Sarah Schulman

Renaissance queer “credible” Sarah Schulman’s new memoir Israel/Palestine and the Queer International (Duke University Press) is part manual, part testament on how to learn from o ...

Pop Theory 13: On Accountability

In the season finale of ...

The 24th Annual Lammy Winners Are....

Yesterday I attended the 24th annual Lammy Awards—Lambda Literary's version of the Oscars for the LGBT literary community. ...

ACT UP Demonstration & March Tomorrow!

Tomorrow at 11am at NYC's City Hall (at the corner of Murray and Broadway) ACT UP and OWS will be joining forces to protest Wall Street Shenanigans.  ...
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