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Queer Astrology Anthology By Ian Waisler, Rhea Wolf
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This anthology contains lectures from the first Queer Astrology Conference held in July 2013 at the California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco. Astrologers, activists, and members of... More > the queer community gathered to discuss the intersection between astrological practice, queer culture, and gender theory. Gathered here are voices bringing these topics into the light. From the Saturn Return of AIDS to the development of an Earth-based eco-sexuality, these members of the astrological community seek to spark dialogue in order to open the door to more awareness in both astrological circles and the world at large. Join our mailing list at queerastrology.com< Less
Queering History: High School Version By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. Queering History: High School Version offers an age-appropriate version of the script for youth performance and study. A non-High School version is also available, just search "Queering History."< Less
Queering History: High School Version By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. Queering History: High School Version offers an age-appropriate version of the script for youth performance and study. A non-High School version is also available, just search "Queering History."< Less
Queering the Classics: Hamletango, Dykenstein, and We Are Caligula By Susana Cook
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QUEERING THE CLASSICS brings together three outrageous, fearless, provocative performance texts by acclaimed Argentine playwright and performer Susana Cook. HAMLETANGO, DYKENSTEIN and WE ARE... More > CALIGULA are powerful, mordantly funny plays that queer the classics in more ways than one. This collection features an afterword reflecting on Susana Cook's work by theatre-maker Julián Mesri.< Less
Queering Alexander: LGBT 333 B.C. By Michael Welch
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This is a fast action play for use in LGBT courses and features Alexander the Great and his life partner,it shows the Lesbian Legion and the Transgendered One in 333 B.C. so students can experience... More > the fact that there have always been people like us. It advocates full acceptance of all ways of gay life.< Less
The Bridge Generation: A Queer Elders’ Chronicle from No Rights to Civil Rights By Quirk-e Kollective
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The twenty six members of the Queer Imaging & Riting Kollective for elders (Quirk-e) chronicle their journey from no rights to civil rights in this, their sixth anthology. Every brave voice... More > deserves a hearing. If you have ever felt you have been targeted as ‘the other,’ ever felt abandoned, mocked for being different, here are individual voices that may connect with you. —Wayson Choy, author of The Jade Peony< Less
The Bridge Generation: A queer elders’ chronicle from no rights to civil rights By Quirk-e Kollective
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The twenty six members of the Queer Imaging & Riting Kollective for elders (Quirk-e) chronicle their journey from no rights to civil rights in this, their sixth anthology. For further information... More > or to order more copies visit us at www.quirk-e.com Every brave voice deserves a hearing. If you have ever felt you have been targeted as ‘the other,’ ever felt abandoned, mocked for being different, here are individual voices that may connect with you. —Wayson Choy, author of The Jade Peony< Less
Four Plays and a Monologue By David Greenspan
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Four exuberant plays and a monologue by Obie-award winning playwright/performer-director David Greenspan collected together for the first time: JACK, 2 SAMUEL 11, Etc., ONLY BEAUTY, OLD COMEDY, and A... More > PLAYWRIGHT'S MONOLOGUE. With a preface by critic Helen Shaw and an introduction by playwright-performer Taylor Mac. A witty, provocative collection that celebrates Greenspan's groundbreaking work for American theatre.< Less
Four Plays and a Monologue By David Greenspan
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Four exuberant plays and a monologue by Obie-award winning playwright/performer-director David Greenspan collected together for the first time: JACK, 2 SAMUEL 11, Etc., ONLY BEAUTY, OLD COMEDY, and A... More > PLAYWRIGHT'S MONOLOGUE. With a preface by critic Helen Shaw and an introduction by playwright-performer Taylor Mac. A witty, provocative collection that celebrates Greenspan's groundbreaking work for American theatre.< Less
The Tropic of X By Caridad Svich
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THE TROPIC OF X is a play by 2012 OBIE-award winning playwright Caridad Svich. This five-character play tells the defiant love story of Mori and Maura, two street kids hustling and trying to survive... More > in a broken city somewhere in the polyglot Americas. This new edition, which marks the 2013 North American premiere of the play, includes an introduction by scholar Marvin Carlson, a director's statement by Nathan A. Cooper and an essay by scholar Tamara Underiner.< Less