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Oz: The Complete Oz Collection - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz, Glinda of Oz, Ozma of Oz, Tik-Tok of Oz, Little Wizard Stories of Oz, The Marvelous Land of Oz, The Queer Visitors from Oz... By L. Frank Baum
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Lyman Frank Baum was an American author of children's books, best known for writing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He wrote thirteen novel sequels, nine other fantasy novels, and a host of other works... More > and made numerous attempts to bring his works to the stage and screen. His works predicted such century-later commonplaces as television, laptop computers (The Master Key), wireless telephones (Tik-Tok of Oz), women in high risk, action-heavy occupations (Mary Louise in the Country), and the ubiquity of advertising on clothing (Aunt Jane's Nieces at Work). In 1900, Baum and Denslow (with whom he shared the copyright) published The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to much critical acclaim and financial success. The book was the best-selling children's book for two years after its initial publication. Baum went on to write thirteen more novels based on the places and people of the Land of Oz.< Less
Representation-Communication By James Canto
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"Representation-Communication" is about representation and communication.
Giraffe Medicine Book By Hilary Goldberg
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"...this is a poetry of realness - engaging, engaged, challenging, and raw. Goldberg is one to keep an eye on." -- Make/Shift Magazine. Giraffe Medicine Book is a collection of 16 Poetry... More > Pieces from artist/filmmaker Hilary Goldberg. Written and performed around the U.S. during the Bush years (that awkward Spoken Word chapter of life during the late 90s early 00s). This first edition includes a beautiful introduction from the artist/performer Penny Arcade. For more information about Goldberg's films and artwork: www.hilarygoldberg.com< Less
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PERFORMANCE OF GENDER REQUIRES DUALITY By Brandon Brooks
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Androgyny is the language of form that inhabits the body. Marcel Duchamp, Vito Acconci, and the Air Force used androgyny to explore duality in space, and duality in the body. Duchamp used his alter... More > ego Rrose Sélavy meaning arus is life, to access multiple genders. Vetal Achnichy redefined room planes and redirected masculine and feminine gazes making people into objects in space. The “air force dedicated itself to the production of masculine subjects, within the campus females as well as males train to become “men.” We define the qualities of androgyny by the categories of masculinity and femininity based on existing attributes of the body. Bodies are organized into groups, walls & doors are used to its devices. Doors and walls use framing, cutting, opening, closing, hanging, hinging, and sliding notions of controlling gazes and choreographed bodies in places.< Less
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This thesis draws on various art-historical examples that present individuated experiences of identities, largely responding to gender specifications canonized by heteronormative futurists. These... More > stories, as a counter-weight to tradition, offer historical precedent to contemporary attempts at articulating heteronormative structures. Through the larger discourse in art, particularly works by queer artists, a more cohesive sample of the phenomenological explorations inherent in otherness can be effectively juxtaposed with the forceful imposition of heteronormative futurism. At this intersection, new lines of inquiry can be forged that challenge the collective understanding of human behavior.< Less
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Knock Knock By Matthew Meriwether
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Is anyone there? In this slim pairing of two personal essays, Matthew Meriwether writes a letter of sorts—tormented, elegiac, and full-blooded—to a person (or people) who broke his... More > heart. Both a queer coming of age story, and a lament for the loss of a relationship, Knock Knock is a non-linear, head-first dive into the anxieties of unrequited intimacy. The first essay “Three Eggs,” recounts the personal history of the writer’s relationship with an unnamed boy, first a friend, then something more. “Knock Knock,” shows the writer returning to the place where the relationship blossomed and died, in a moment of reckoning, theft, and an attempt at an ending. Knock Knock will take you inside the beating heart of Meriwether’s idiosyncrasies, quirks, and darkness. Reading it feels like peeking inside of the author’s own journal. That is, until he is addressing you directly, implicating the reader as if you were the one to do him wrong.< Less

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