Last month I gave a lecture at Toronto’s Trampoline Hall titled “The Many Wives of Martina Navratilova.” The talk, part of a night curated by Jon Davies, had little to do with my “real” research but it was a lot of
Tomorrow I’ll be giving a paper on The Circle of Lesbian Indexers here in Toronto at what looks to be a great symposium organized by Emily Drabinski: Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies. This is new work, part of my
I love this photo of Jim Henson, writing in his eames lounger. What would be, for me, the most awkward pose in which to write, works for him. His feet are propped up not just on the chair’s ottoman, but
Ad from Matrices: A Lesbian and Lesbian Feminist Research and Network Newsletter, XI: 2 (Winter 1996).
The other day I was talking with a friend who does a lot of art writing. Gabby was nervous about a text she had just submitted to a “serious” art journal. Worried it was “too personal,” she anticipated disapproving notes
Therapy by Eileen Myles I like therapy because I don’t need my glasses I can sit there naked like the animal I am a beautiful honest animal a landscape of rolling reasons. So amazing that an artist would use a