Queerstories in Brighton

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2009 Number 67

Queerstories in Brighton
Alan Sinfield, pages -

Abstract

Discusses a range of books of gay and lesbian testimonies, focusing on their framing in archival and published form - an analysis which reveals some of the dilemmas and achievements which highlight the fault lines of the genre. Sinfield also interviews people from Ourstory in Brighton.

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Alan Sinfield (2009) Queerstories in Brighton, New Formations, 2009(67), -

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