Heterophobia

# Read ^ Heterophobia by Ragan Fox ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Heterophobia Heterophobia is accessible, riotously funny, heart-breaking, and undeniably real.. Readers will discover within these pages, why Ragan Fox is among the leading queer performance poets in the nation. This literary debut includes subtle and nuanced exercises that interrogate gender, violence, sexuality, and heteronormativity]

Heterophobia

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Rating : 4.94 (844 Votes)
Asin : 1590210190
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 120 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-09-19
Language : English

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"Wow" according to D. Griffin. This is by far one of the best collections of poems I have ever come across. There is a great deal of intellect in the poems that is under scored by pure laughter. It is one of the funniest books I have ever read. I open the book and read it cover to cover in one day. Foxx is the best poet I have ever read.. "Great book" according to Ramble Redhead. I have been a big fan of Ragan's via his podcast Fox and The City - check it out on Itunes - for many of his earlier shows he includes poems in this book and as the other reviewer states - hearing it performed makes the poems come alive with emotion. Great book - get it and see for yourself.. Poems that challenge, excite, demand I heard about Ragan Fox actually through LiveJournal.com. After reading some of his posts and thinking he had a pretty witty attitude (not quite Oscar Wildean, more like the savvy street hustler Wilde just tricked with), I decided to buy his book and see what all his fuss was about.I'm glad I did.His poems range in emotion from angry to somber to needy but they all manage to

Fox's other creative accomplishments include his first book Heterophobia, the Fox and the City podcast, which was heard weekly on Sirius radio, and several academic essays that have been featured in Text and Performance Quarterly, the Journal of Homosexuality, Theatre Topics, and Qualitative Inquiry. Ragan Fox is an assistant professor of communication at California Statue University, Long Beach. . H

packed with passionate introspection about and investigation of queer life, queer sex, and queer essence. --Echo Magazine. --Books to Watch Out ForFox is willing to sometimes hit below the belt, get raunchy, and flame out

Heterophobia is accessible, riotously funny, heart-breaking, and undeniably real.. Readers will discover within these pages, why Ragan Fox is among the leading queer performance poets in the nation. This literary debut includes subtle and nuanced exercises that interrogate gender, violence, sexuality, and heteronormativity

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