Eating Fire: Family Life, on the Queer Side

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Between the Lines, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 302 pages
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Eating Fire follows in the steps of Riordon's popular 1996 book Out our way, on gay and lesbian life in the country (BTL, 1996). This new set of tales examines the range in living patterns and relationships among queer families across Canada.

Eating Fire illuminates the rich diversity in which people negotiate their personal and public identities. As in all his writing and radio work, Riordon brings to this book a subtle, direct, and vivid style. For Eating Fire he travelled widely, engaging in significant new research and speaking with hundreds of fascinating people. The resulting book is wanted and needed in classrooms, within queer communities, and among everyone hungry for knowledge about the wide range of Canadian families.

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Contents

War and Peace and Celery
4
Dancing with Widows
6
The Hired Hand
13
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Michael Riordon is an author and oral historian. His articles have appeared in Toronto Life, This Magazine, Xtra!, The Globe and Mail, and The New Internationalist.

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