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I had the opportunity of (briefly) meeting Eileen this past week at the AWP Conference and HRC's 3 Dollar Bill Queer Reading in DC. Great experience.
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YES!!!!!!!!!!1
Im pretty positive I would never have heard about this wonderful artist otherwise so Thanks!
This is definitely the best review Ive read on this film. I was breathless by the end of it. Im glad I waded through the detractors to see this film for myself. Loved it.
This is precisely why grad school (sometimes) sucks. Instead of being able to do this I was poring over an essay constructing an archival photo methodology. Hmmmmph!!! I honestly didnt even know this was happening.  In my own backyard too! sigh....
Just two days ago I was thinking "man...I dont really know any contemporary queer poets other than Staceyann Chin"...then you gave me Alix Olsen and Kirya Traber. Thanks!
I could never figure out why Alex didnt just tell her family and make her life easier.... hey mom, I have super powers...gotta go fight strange occurences in our town. Case closed.
I could never figure out why Alex didnt just tell her family and make her life easier.... hey mom, I have super powers...gotta go fight strange occurences in our town. Case closed.
Clarissa was the best show ever!!!!!!!!!!!! I was totally head over heels in love with her...and I think it really was platonic love lol. My most vivid memory was putting together an outfit that I thought was authentically "Clarissa" (if you remember her outfits you should know approximately what I...
She sounds awesome.
Ahhhhhh!!! Guinevere Turner!!! I watch the Watermelon Woman over and over and over just to see the scene with her and the main character! <SWOONS>
That was the best part! I actually laughed out loud. Thats prob why my boss came over to "see how  I was doing"....oooops...Im supposed to be working.
Thats great to know as Ive been chiefly looking online. I'll start combing places in the area instead. Thanks!
thanks for the stats! and Ive seriously been in the market for a record player, this only bolsters my resolve. Found some awesome 70's records that are just that...records. I need something to play them on.
Im really going to have to take time to think about this question. Its both timely and of immense import. Off the top of my head, I'd say no. And that's because the question asks if they can be the "fiercest"--as in more fierce than any other advocate, queer included. I dont think that is possible...
until recently. I must have been too wrapped up in things like Bumbershoot and Sasquatch, idk. In any case now that Im in Washington DC I dont have those summer music options. I might have to check this out. Nneka is going to be at the stop near DC. I heart nneka. But thanks for sharing this info...
LOL
I think this is absolutely hilarious. But I also think I understand what he is saying. The itunes craze is becoming a bit passe. Im meeting more and more people my age that wonder if there are other ways to gain access to music and there is a lot of interest in things like old school records again...
"almost made me straight" had me chuckling too.
I dont think shes been "lost"...but she does have a career that relies mostly on the urban (read Black) market...a womans gotta do what a womans gotta do @ times...I await her annoucement at the end of her career
Im so in love with Kate Winslet its semi-ridiculous
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