The Gilda stories: a novel

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Firebrand Books, 1991 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Well-versed in the traditions of African-American writing, Gomez moves from lesbian life in Boston in the 1960s (the title story) to a futuristic fantasy, "Houston", a previously unpublished Gilda story. The centerpiece novella, "Lynx and Strand", explores some of the darkest dreams and fears of American culture as we hurtle toward the millenium.

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First and foremost, I am not one for vampire novels. Vampires on the silver screen, or even the TV, I can deal with. But I'm afraid Stephanie Meyer ruined vampire literature for me. If you're a ... Read full review

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First and foremost, I am not one for vampire novels. Vampires on the silver screen, or even the TV, I can deal with. But I'm afraid Stephanie Meyer ruined vampire literature for me. If you're a ... Read full review

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