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Paris, the center of the world

“Foreigners belong in France because they have always been here and did what they had to do there and remained foreigners there. Of course they all came to France, a great many to paint pictures. 41 more words


Sunday slice: Gertrude Stein again again

Here is another extract from the unpublished manuscript of Gertrude Stein unearthed by our colleague Denis Kodaly.  Previous posts were on May 14 and June 11. 383 more words


Football vs. Books

Once you start publishing your writing, whether online or in book form, it’s only a matter of time until you’re asked about your influences.  Like most people I could happily ramble on for ages about writers and stories that have meant a lot to me, from Marvel comics to William Blake to Philip K. 1,039 more words

Non Fiction

Gertrude Stein, author

Gertrude Stein (1874-1946)

Gertrude Stein Biography

By Jone Johnson Lewis

Gertrude Stein’s Early Years

Gertrude Stein was born the youngest of five children in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, to Jewish-American parents. 889 more words


The Gertrude Stein Look-Alike Contest

We’re getting up in years, we few forthright men who revealed to each other that we wanted to write back in our youth.  It takes a lot for a guy to open himself up that way to another man. 818 more words



annotated and stream-of-consciousness—-(wait, is that possible?)—-anyway, apologies for that, imaginary reader—but i’m troubled by my last post. in which i imply that i am a silly girl and automatically reproach myself for being one. 329 more words

Crafting Hermaphroditism: Gale Wilhelm’s Lesbian Modernism in We Too Are Drifting

My new article “Crafting Hermaphroditism: Gale Wilhelm’s Lesbian Modernism inWe Too Are Drifting” has been published in the Summer 2014 edition of College Literature. Below are an abstract for the article and a link to Project Muse where the full article can be accessed through most college library subscriptions. 162 more words

Queer Studies