Manuela Soares, Judy Grahn, Nisa Donnelly
Crown, 1995 - Social Science - 64 pages
Features the work of five contemporary lesbian photographers, together with a selection of historical photographs from the Lesbian Herstory Archives (some of which date back to 1910). Accompanying the photographs is an essay on being butch by Judy Grahn and one on being femme by Nisa Donnelly. A beautifully produced collection celebrating the gender roles, erotic desires, and self-perceptions of lesbian life. Illustrated throughout with duotone photographs. 6 X 4''
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