Clit Notes: A Sapphic Sampler

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Grove Press, 1996 - Drama - 214 pages
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Holly Hughes is one of the most popular and controversial out-there-and-in-your-face writer-performers around, and in this collection of some of her greatest hits she describes her career as an "escape" artist: how she escaped her conservative upbringing in a part of the country "where silence was the first language" to become an Obie award-winning performance artist and playwright as well as a central figure in America's culture wars.

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Knowing Holly pretty well before I bought her book made this autobiography/collection of published piecesall the more interesting. Reading it, I felt like I was back in her classroom and listening to ... Read full review

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Knowing Holly pretty well before I bought her book made this autobiography/collection of published piecesall the more interesting. Reading it, I felt like I was back in her classroom and listening to ... Read full review

Contents

IntRODuCtIOn
1
THE WEll of HORnInESS
17
WORlD wItHOut EnD
151

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About the author (1996)

Holly Stuart Hughes is the editor-in-chief of "Photo District News", the monthly magazine for professional photographers based in New York City.

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