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Reviewed by Jes Battis
Terry Goldie's Queersexlife is a kind of adaptation and continuation of Pink Snow, his 2003 book of literary analysis with a queer Canadian slant. The publisher describes the work as "evocative of writers Patrick-Califa-Rice and Kate Bornstein," which seems like a difficult act to follow, especially since Goldie is a literature professor and not a performance artist or trans activist. He does include pictures of himself in drag, though, as well as a chapter on The Crying […more…]