After Delores

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Dutton, May 31, 1988 - Fiction - 158 pages
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The tough colorful lesbian culture of Manhattan's Lower East Side finds a go-go dancer, a well-read hairdresser, a trigger-happy cashier, dangerous actress, and a Priscilla Presley impersonator brought together in this story of murder and loss of love

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User Review  - Sassafras Lowrey - Goodreads

No clue how it took me so long to read After Delores! I love good dyke fiction that really is able to capture a particular place/time/subculture and this book is full of that in a great way even if I didn't find myself particularly connected to or invested in any of the characters Read full review

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User Review  - Maura Finkelstein - Goodreads

My book club chose this book for our January meeting. At best, I am assuming it was voted on because we here in San Francisco are feeling nostalgic for the pre-tech boom Mission, the fantasy of an ... Read full review


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Sarah Schulman is the author of eleven previous books, including eight novels, the latest being The Child (2006). As a journalist, her essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Nation, and Interview. She has won a Guggenheim Fellowship and two American Library Association Gay & Lesbian Book Awards. She lives in New York.

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