Some Thoughts on Stuelke’s New Book

Patricia Stuelke’s newest book The Ruse of Repair, leaves me wondering—and without a clear answer, honestly—as to whether she bothered reading Eve Sedgwick’s “Paranoid Reading and Reparative Reading”…

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Thomas, July 8th 2019

There is loving you, before and after. Each is no small matter of their facts. Like before: as if within some singular place– dark, ancient, secret–poised a joy readying itself,…

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Sylvia, an Interview

(This is actually a song I’m composing. I wanted to share.) How did it feel back at Stonewall? Right. But you’d never have known. How many times did police take…

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Cool Breeze

The sound of a window-unit air conditioner. The soft buzz, almost mute; Caused by a filter that sifting through stuff, just stuff; The cool air pushes out. This sound is…

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A Mother’s Queer Art

Something like naiveté keeps me tethered to these scenes. But only something like. Once someone sees dying they cannot unlive it. It impresses upon the memory like a damp cloth…

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Buttigieg and the Gay Pastoral

Pete Buttigieg’s run for the presidency apparently matters. That’s what we are told in the Washington Post. Adam McMahon, assistant professor of political science at Rider University, lists three reasons…

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