Queer

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Descripción editorial

Queer: strange, odd; a homosexual.

Queer is not pornography but it does have a lot of sex. Queer is not political commentary but it does say a lot about society. Queer is not a travel monologue but it does have a lot of travel. Queer is the story of growing up gay in a declining American Northeast rustbelt city, and going out into the world where many people would not consider living or traveling. Queer can be brash, loud, in your face and funny, but it is also poignant, revealing and touching. In Queer, there are stories not only from America, but Israel, Poland, Greece, France, the Czech Republic, Greenland, Denmark, Korea, Japan, Norway, the Republic of Georgia and Egypt. The stories are personal accounts of living life without shame, making mistakes, adventure and acceptance. Taking a boy to the prom (A College Boy), an openly gay non-Jew living on a kibbutz (This Ain't Your Grandma's Ulpan, Lovecats, Dishes) falling in love and loss (Change), broken heart (Fire!), ghosts in Greenland (Qivitoq), ridiculous life moments (This Horse Bites!), lasting relationships (Bosom Buddies), and friends who have died (ATM). There are stories some might find slightly disturbing (Monkeyboy). In the end, the book is about resolution and coming to terms with what it means to be Queer.

GÉNERO
Biografías y memorias
PUBLICADO
2016
23 de noviembre
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
377
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Big World Publishing
VENTAS
Draft2Digital, LLC
TAMAÑO
1.7
MB