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Hers 3: Brilliant New Fiction by Lesbian Writers (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Juli 1999

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Amidst an outbreak of great new anthologies, including its companion volume of gay short fiction, Hers 3 more than holds its own, from the nearly flawless opening story by Pat Schatz, in which a young woman rides the Tokyo subway in rush hour for the thrill of bodies pressed against her, pushed in tightly by the white-gloved conductor, to Ellen Hawley's painstakingly realistic account of the night her protagonist's niece was beaten by her boyfriend, to Carrelin Brook's dreamy but precise evocation of otherness in "The Butcher's Wife." A few well- known writers are included, such as Donna Allegra, Barbara Wilson, the art critic Catherine Lord, and Emma Donoghue (who edited 1999's Mammoth Book of Lesbian Short Stories), but most are newer voices. Readers who haven't noticed the astonishing improvement in lesbian fiction in the past five years would do well to indulge themselves with this latest volume in the Hers series. --Regina Marler

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This collection of short stories explodes with energy, displaying an incredibly rich variety of style and voice and an astonishing range of characters. Loosely centered around lesbian relationships, psychologocial and sexual, and the broader theme of female sensuality and sexuality, each story proves illuminating and thought-provoking in its own way. Some stories contain unexpected surprises; others are heart-wrenching in their emotional authenticity. Although the editors have cast a wide net with respect to the multifaceted voices represented here, the unifying characteristic is the overall high quality of prose throughout. Simply stated, this book showcases some of the most interesting and well-written short fiction on the market. "Tokyo Trains" and "Cleo's Back" are two stories that stayed with me long after I put the book away, and the rich, luscious prose of Amelia de la Luz Montes is sweetly haunting. A pleasure to read, this book also challenges conventional attitudes about women's social and psychological experiences while celebrating highly individual ways of being female in the world.
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With the exception of one or two, the stories in this book are amazing. The editors have put together an anthology by women of different generations, varied ethnicities and diverse backgrounds. From poor, southern white trash, to street-smart, black, NY dykes to a seemingly genteel British family, all bases are covered. Gwendolyn Bikis' "Cleo's Back" is inspired.
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This collection of short stories explodes with energy, displaying an incredibly rich variety of style and voice and an astonishing range of characters. Loosely centered around lesbian relationships, psychologocial and sexual, and the broader theme of female sensuality and sexuality, each story proves illuminating and thought-provoking in its own way. Some stories contain unexpected surprises; others are heart-wrenching in their emotional authenticity. Although the editors have cast a wide net with respect to the multifaceted voices represented here, the unifying characteristic is the overall high quality of prose throughout. Simply stated, this book showcases some of the most interesting and well-written short fiction on the market. "Tokyo Trains" and "Cleo's Back" are two stories that stayed with me long after I put the book away, and the rich, luscious prose of Amelia de la Luz Montes is sweetly haunting. A pleasure to read, this book also challenges conventional attitudes about women's social and psychological experiences while celebrating highly individual ways of being female in the world.
HASH(0x936667a4) von 5 Sternen Rich, gorgeous stories by gay women 12. August 1999
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With the exception of one or two, the stories in this book are amazing. The editors have put together an anthology by women of different generations, varied ethnicities and diverse backgrounds. From poor, southern white trash, to street-smart, black, NY dykes to a seemingly genteel British family, all bases are covered. Gwendolyn Bikis' "Cleo's Back" is inspired.
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This book was so important to me when I was first coming out. Fantastic stories, really good read.
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