Contra/Diction: New Queer Male Fiction

Contra Diction New Queer Male Fiction Keenly surveying the borders of queer male community and identity the fictions of Contra Dictions a collection of stories by queer male writers from the U S and Canada resist simple answers to com

  • Title: Contra/Diction: New Queer Male Fiction
  • Author: Brett Josef Grubisic George K. Ilsley
  • ISBN: 9781551520568
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • Keenly surveying the borders of queer male community and identity, the fictions of Contra Dictions , a collection of stories by queer male writers from the U.S and Canada, resist simple answers to complex questions They suggest that while the gay community is becoming accessible and visible , there are regions and mindstates that cannot or refuse to subscribeKeenly surveying the borders of queer male community and identity, the fictions of Contra Dictions , a collection of stories by queer male writers from the U.S and Canada, resist simple answers to complex questions They suggest that while the gay community is becoming accessible and visible , there are regions and mindstates that cannot or refuse to subscribe to it, recognizing the plurality of gay identity Mordant, coarse, and full of angry, wry truths, Contra Dictions asks pressing questions of both the culture of queer men and the larger world in which it is often uncomfortably enmeshed The nightmare and paradise of sexuality, love, and community are viewed from different perspectives, along with issues of race, economics, violence, politics, and homophobia Pulling no punches, Contra Dictions is a snapshot of queer male life in North America at the cusp of the millenium.
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    • George Ilsley says:

      This anthology is a sort of informal follow-up to "Queeries" and marks a transition from fiction being "gay" to fiction being "queer". Let's hope that now fiction is just what it is, without a qualifying label (obviously I live in some sort of alternate reality, outside academia).

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