6 edition of Queer fear found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Michael Rowe.|
|Contributions||Rowe, Michael, 1962-|
|LC Classifications||PR9197.35.H67 Q44 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||2001431547|
Queer without Fear Domestic and Family Violence in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Relationships ONLY TAKE THIS BOOKLET WITH YOU IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO This booklet contains information and referral details for people who may be experiencing abuse within an LGBT relationship. 1. By Josh Watkins. Walking into a Fear the Queer (FTQ) show is like being transported into a world of queer fantasy and fiction. The music is loud, the lights are dimmed, and the boundaries of drag and art are being pushed and pulled in every direction. Self – described as “a perfectly peculiar posse of performers,” “an incubator of talent,” and “a safe haven for the alternative.
Tison Pugh charts the history of increasing sexual depiction in this genre while also unpacking how sitcoms use sexuality as a source of power, as a kind of camouflage, and as a foundation for family building. The book examines how queerness, at first latent, became a vibrant yet continually conflicted part of the family-sitcom tradition. The book has been described as a classic of the debates on normalcy as a goal for the gay rights movement, and as an important contribution to queer theory.
At the same time, innovative intellectual energies have made queer theory an explosive field of study. In "Fear of a Queer Planet", Michael Warner draws on emerging new queer politics, and shows how queer activists have come to challenge basic assumptions about the social and political world. Of the 22 stories in Queer Fear II, 18 have gay male protagonists, two have lesbian protagonists and two are mixed. Of the male-oriented stories, some have references to high school closet cases with crushes on dusky or athletic fellow students. Two delightfully creepy stories in this vein are Scott Treleaven’s Bugcrush and Ron Oliver’s Want.
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Although the title might be give-away enough, Queer Fear: gay horror fiction edited and with an introduction by Michael Rowe is not for everyone.
Like all short story collections the quality of the stories tends to be somewhat uneven, and some of Queer fear book include graphic sex, violence, and horror (but what do you expect?)/5.
Queer Fear II gets off to a great start with its first story, Bugcrush. It concerns a subject that anyone, gay or straight, can easily identify with, one's first crush.
I instantly sympathized with Ben the high school student as he agonized over his own desire for Grant, the object of his crush/5(4). The second of a two-volume anthology, this book explores horror, suspense, the supernatural, and the macabre with gay and lesbian characters.
Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for SF/Fantasy/Horror, this volume and its predecessor were also winners and /5. Queer Fear is a striking and ambitious collection of gay horror fiction by some of today's hottest authors and talented newcomers, covering a wide range of creatures of the night and all manner of urban terrors.
Queer Fear is a striking and ambitious collection of gay horror fiction by some of today's Queer fear book authors and talented newcomers, covering a wide range of creatures of the night and all manner of 5/5(1).
InMichael Rowe became the first Arsenal Pulp Press author to win a Lambda Literary Award, for Queer Fear II, the sequel to his first critically-acclaimed queer horror anthology, Queer Fear. He is an award-winning independent journalist who has lived in Beirut, Havana, Geneva, and Paris.4/5(59).
The dark pleasures and anxieties of the Queer Fear books have their roots in the nightmarish, viral machinations of AIDS and homophobia, as well as the ghoulish, old-fashioned thrills of confronting things that go bump in the night.
Queer Fear IIwill keep you up. "Fear of a Queer Planet" suggests a new agenda for social theory. It moves beyond the idea that lesbians and gay men share a minority identity and special interests and that their issues can be 5/5(1). Fear of a Queer Planet is an urgent, timely, readable, sophisticated collection of essays.
Queer Fear: Ministry Made Strange by the Fear of the Sexual Other Stephen V. Sprinkle Little children, let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action. And by this we will know that we are from the truth and will reassure our hearts before Him whenever our hearts condemn us; for God is.
out of 5 stars Does the book tell us why and how the fear is planatary. Reviewed in Canada on August 4, Queer as used in this title means sexual conduct that deviates from established s: 2. Buy a cheap copy of Queer Fear Gay Horror Fiction book by Douglas Clegg.
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Acknowledgements -- Introduction: in further praise of Queer fear / Michael Rowe -- Bugcrush / Scott Treleaven -- Polyphemus' cave / David Nickle -- Dead in the water / C. Mark Umland -- Delicious monster / Nalo Hopkinson -- Gaytown / Robert Boyczuk -- Digging up graves / William J.
Mann -- artGod / Joseph O'Brien -- Black shapes in a darkened room / Marshall Moore -- Night of the werepuss. Book Overview Queer Fear II builds on the successes of its predecessor, Queer Fear, the groundbreaking gay-themed horror anthology that called "the best horror anthology of [the year]," which won the Queer Horror Award, and was a finalist /5(2).
The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. Unlike other self-help books on fear, this book is an inspiring, fictional story about a salesman who wakes up to a successful future version of himself.
In those four days, he learns something empowering that changes the way he thinks and lives his life. Buy this book On the heels of the critically acclaimed Queer Fear () comes Queer Fear II, edited by Canadian writer Michael Rowe, another top-notch all-original story anthology mixing horror.
Queer fear: gay horror fiction. [Michael Rowe;] -- "A collection of gay horror fiction by some of today's hottest authors and talented newcomers, covering a wide spectrum of creatures of the night and all manners of urban terrors."--Back cover.
Queer Fear II builds on the successes of its predecessor, Queer Fear, the groundbreaking gay-themed horror anthology that called "the best horror anthology of [the year]," which won the Queer Horror Award, and was a finalist for a Spectrum Award and two Lambda Literary Awards.
This second volume includes among its stories new work by some stars of the previous volume--International Reviews: 2. Book Reviews. Queer Fear II: Gay Horror Fiction. by Michael Rowe, ed. It’s a shame that an anthology with as many good stories as Queer Fear II will be overlooked by many readers because of its obvious affiliation with genre fiction.
Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Queer fear II. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type.Introduction: Fear of a Queer Planet MICHAEL WARNER "Oh, the sly Myra Breckinridge!
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