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Garrard, Mary D. (ed.)

Reclaiming female agency: feminist art history after postmodernism
Broude, Norma, and , eds.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005
ISBN 0-520-24251-3 (cloth) ISBN 0-520-24252-1 (pbk)

Gates, Beatrix, ed.

The Wild Good: Lesbian Photographs & Writing on Love.
New York: Anchor/Doubleday, 1996

Gemelli Zoë

10X10 BOOK 2014
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Gai, Marnie

10X10 BOOK 2014
Published by 10x10photographyproject.com
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Gilhooley, Sheila

Still Sane
Artists/editors: Blackbridge, Persimmon and Sheila Gilhooley.
Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1985.

Gilpin, Laura
Denizens of the Desert: A Tale in Word and Picture of Life Among the Navaho Indians
by Sandweiss, Martha A (Editor), and Forster, Elizabeth W, and Gilpin, Laura

Indian Arts Fund Collection
by Gilpin, Laura

Laura Gilpin: An Enduring Grace.
Edited by Martha Sandweiss (University of Texas Press).
Forth Worth, TX: Amon Carter Museum, 1986.

Laura Gilpin Retrospective, 1910-1974
Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico, 1974.

The Rio Grande: River of Destiny
By Gilpin, Laura
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1949.

The Pueblos: A Camera Chronicle
By Gilpin, Laura
New York: Hastings, 1942.

The Enduring Navaho
By Gilpin, Laura
Austin: University of Texas, 1968.

The Hocus-Pocus of the Universe
by Gilpin, Laura

Women Artists of the American West
Ed. by Susan R. Ressler
Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2003
ISBN 0-7864-1054-X.
Lesbian artists discussed in the book include: Kim Anno, Bernice Bing, Barbara Bruch, Laura Gilpin, Amana Johnson, Nancy Macko and Agnes Martin.

Gluck, Hannah

Gluck
by Diana Souhami
Sterling Publishing (2001)
I.S.B.N.-13 978 1842121962

Goldin, Nan

Aperture 103: Fiction and Metaphor
by Kenneth Rush, Cindy Sherman (Illustrator), Nan Goldin (Illustrator)
Publisher: Aperture Book; (June 1, 1986)
ISBN: 0893812188

Aperture: Mothers & Daughters, That Special Quality/No 107
by Tillie Olsen, Julie Olsen Edwards, Estelle Jussim, Judy Dater, Nan Goldin
Publisher: Aperture
Pub. Date: July, 1987
ISBN: 0893812641

Cookie Mueller: Photographs
by Nan Goldin
Pace/Macgill Gallery; (December 1, 1991)
ASIN: 187953200X

Cookie Mueller: Photographs
by Nan Goldin
Pace/MacGill Gallery; (December 1991)
ISBN: 0879532009

Couples and Loneliness
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Korinsha Pr
Pub. Date: April, 1999
ISBN: 4771303428

Disordres
by Nan Goldin, Catherine David, Veronique Dabin, Galerie nationale du Jeu de paumeFrance
Publisher: Musee du Jeu de Paume; (October 7, 1992)
ISBN: 2908901102

Deja-vu 16
By Jane Livingston, Nan Goldin, Robert Frank
Distributed Art Publishers D. A. P.
January 1995 / ISBN 4309903363

Desire by Numbers
by Nan Goldin, Klaus Kertess
Publisher: Artspace Books
Pub. Date: November, 1994
ISBN: 0963109537

Devil’s Playground
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Phaidon Press Inc., 2003
ISBN: 0714842230

Double Life
by Nan Goldin, Armstrong David
Publisher: Scalo Publishers
Pub. Date: 01 March, 1994
ISBN: 1881616215

El Patio Del Diablo
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Phaidon Press
Pub. Date: 19 November, 2003
ISBN: 0714897868

Hospice: A Photographic Inquiry
by Jim Goldberg, Philip Brookman, Jane Livington, Jane Livingston, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Nan Goldin, Sally Mann, Jack Radcliffe, Kathy Vargas
Publisher: Bulfinch Press; 1st edition (April 1, 1996)
ASIN: 0821222600

Identitetskonstitueringer i det senmoderne : – enqueer-teoretisk vinkel på nyere visuel kultur
Af Tina Raun Pedersen
2003. 116 sider, illustreret speciale bl.a. om Nan Goldin og Yasumasa Morimura
Forlag: Tina Raun Pedersen

I’ll Be Your Mirror
by Nan Goldin, David Armstrong, Hans Werner Holzwarth, Elisabeth Sussman
Publisher: Scalo Verlag Ac
Pub. Date: March, 2002
ISBN: 3931141330

K & H: Holiday
by Nan Goldin, Joachim Sartorius
Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig
ISBN: 3883752541

Nan Goldin
By Guido Costa
Publisher: Phaidon 2001

Nan Goldin
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Te Neues Publishing Company
Pub. Date: 01 January, 1999
ISBN: 3570191664

Nan Goldin (Stern Portfolio Library)
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Neues Publishing Company
Pub. Date: January, 1999
ISBN: 3570191664

Nan Goldin: Ten Years After: Naples 1986-1996
by Nan Goldin, Guido Gosta, Guido Costa, Cookie Mueller
Publisher: Scalo Verlag Ac
Pub. Date: May, 1998
ISBN: 3931141799

Nan Goldin: The Other Side 1972-1992
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Scalo Verlag Ac
Pub. Date: 15 September, 2000
ISBN: 3908247349

Nudo&Crudo: Corpo Sensibile/Corpo Visibile
by Guglielmo Aschieri, Victor Burgin, Larry Clark, Francesco Clemente, Marlene Dumas, Silvie Fleury, Gilbert, George, Robert Gober, Nan Goldin
Publisher: Distributed Art Publishers
Pub. Date: November, 1996
ISBN: 8881580624

Photographies habillees par a…
by Gotscho, Gilles Dusein, Nan Goldin, Maison europeenne de la photographie
Publisher: Paris audiovisuel; (October 10, 1996)
ISBN: 2904732772

Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography
Texts by Jennifer Blessing, Carole-Anne Tyler, Sarah Wilson, Nancy Spector, Judith Halberstam, with a picture essay by Lyle Ashton Harris.
First ed. New York, Abrams, 1997
A study of gender representation in photography from the Surrealists to the 1970s in Europe and America. Photographers include Barney, Beaton, Brassai, Cahun, Hoch, Klauke, Lynes, Man Ray, Madame Yevonde, Antoni, Goldin, Mapplethorpe, Markay, Messager, Molinier, Morimura, Opie, Samaras, Sherman, Sieverding, Van Lamsweerde.
Phototextualities: Intersections of Photography and Narrative
Edited by Alex Hughes and Andrea Noble
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2003
ISBN 0-8263-2825-3
Tee Corinne: “Phototextualities contains a very interesting essay about the evolution of subject and audience in the early work of bisexual photographer Nan Goldin, “Nan Goldin: Bohemian Ballads” by Chris Townsend.”

The Ballad of Sexual Dependency
by Nan Goldin
Aperture
Pub. Date: 07 December, 2001
ISBN: 0893813397

The Other Side 1972-1992
by Nan Goldin
Publisher: Cornerhouse Publications
Pub. Date: 31 March, 1993
ISBN: 0948797428

Ten years after : Naples 1986 – 1996
ed. by Gigi Giannuzzi, Nan Goldin, Guido Costa
Publisher: Scalo, 1998

Tokyo Love: Spring Fever 1994
by Nan Goldin, Nobuyoshi Araki
Publisher: Scalo Verlag Ac
Pub. Date: October, 1995
ISBN: 1881616576

Vakat
By Nan Goldin
Hardcover / Distributed Art PublishersD. A. P.
January 1994 / ISBN 3883751782
50 X 50
by Tati, Paolo Roversi, Sidebe Malick, Martin Parr, Nan Goldin, Steve Hiett
Publisher: Distributed Art Pub (Dap); (December 1, 1999)
ASIN: 3882435631

Goodsir, Agnes
In A Picture Land Over The Sea: Agnes Goodsir, 1864-1939
K Quinlan
Bendigo, 1998

Grace, Della

Love Bites: Photographs
by Della Grace, Sarah Schulman (Introduction), Del Lagrace Volcano
Publisher: Gay Mens Pr; (April 2003)
ISBN: 0854491503

SUBLIME MUTATIONS
By Del LaGrace Volcano
Konkursbuchverlag 2000

The Drag King Book
by Del LaGrace Volcano (Photographer), Judith Halberstam, Judith Jack Halberstam
Publisher: Serpent’s Tail; (August 15, 1999)
ISBN: 1852426071

Gray, Eileen

Eileen Gray: Architect, Designer: a Biography
By Peter Adam
Paperback 407 pages (13 November, 2000)
Publisher: Thames and Hudson
ISBN: 0500282188

Eileen Gray: Architect/Designer, revised edition
By Peter Adam
Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1987 & 2000
ISBN 0-8109-4143-0.

Eileen Gray (Compact Design Portfolio)
By Penelope Rowlands, Marisa Bartolucci, Raul Cabra
Media: Hardcover
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Released: March, 2002

Greg, Pam, ed.

Situation: Perspective on Work by Lesbian and Gay Artists.
Curators: Pam Gregg and Blake Nayland.
San Francisco, CA: New Langton Arts, June 18- July 13, 1991.

Grossmann, Marnie

10X10 BOOK 2014
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Guerrilla Girls

The Guerilla Girls’ Beside Companion to the History of Western Art.
Viking Penguin.
1998.

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Hedison, Alexandra

Ithaka
Photography by Alexandra Hedison
Limited Edison Exhibition Catalogue
Initialed and numbered by the artist

Halberstam, Judith

Female Masculinity
By Halberstam, Judith
Duke University Press, 1998

Hammer, Barbara

HAMMER!: Making Movies Out of Sex and Life
By Barbara Hammer
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY (March 1, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1558616128
ASIN: B0058M93QW

Barbarahammer.com: “‘HAMMER!: Making moves out of sex and life’ is the first book by influential filmmaker Barbara Hammer, whose life and work have inspired a generation of queer, feminist, and avant-garde artists and filmmakers. The wild days of non-monogamy in the 1970s, the development of a queer aesthetic in the 1980s, the fight for visibility during the culture wars of the 1990s, her search for meaning as she contemplates mortality in the past ten years—HAMMER! includes texts from these periods, new writings, and fully contextualized film stills to create a memoir as innovative and disarming as her work has always been.”

Hammond, Harmony

Dialogues and Meditations
By Harmony Hammond
Essay by Paul Ivey
Catalog
MOCA, Tucson, AZ. 2002

Gender, Fucked.
By artist: Harmony Hammond and Catherine Lord.
Seattle: CoCA (Center On Contemporary Art), 1996

Harmonies
By Harmony Hammond
Essay by Arlene Raven, Klein Gallery
Catalog
Chicago 1982

Harmony Hammond
Introduction by Andrea Miller-Keller & Judith Rohr
Catalog
Matrix Gallery, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. 1984

Harmony Hammond: Against Seamlessness
Paintings by Harmony Hammond
Foreword by Julia Bryan-Wilson
Essay by Tirza True Latimer
ISBN: 978-1-934435-44-1
Published by Radius Books, 2011
12.5 x 9.5 inches, 14 color illus.
First ed. limited to 750 copies, signed and numbered by the artist.
Harmony Hammond about the catalogue: it is fabulous; Gorgeous color reproductions and details and writing by two amazing queer lesbian art historians Julia Bryan-Wilson and Tirza True Latimer.

Harmony Hammond: big paintings 2002-2005”
essay by Lucy Lippard
16-page color catalog
Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe
Harmony Hammond: Keeping It Small
Essay by Paul Ivey
Catalog
Joyce Goldstein Gallery, NYC.1999

Harmony Hammond: Ten Years 1970-1980
Essay by Lucy Lippard
Catalog
The Glen Hanson Gallery and W.A.R.M., Minneapolis, 1981

Lesbian Art in America: A contemporary History
By Harmony Hammond
New York, Rizzoli International, 2002

Miscegenations, Geneologies, & Missed Generations
By Harmony Hammond
Essay by Erin Valentino
Catalog
University of Connecticut, Storrs. 2000

Radiant Spirits
By Harmony Hammond
Essay by Len Kleckner and interview by MaLin Wilson
Catalog
Jonson Gallery, Univ of New Mexico, Albq. 1987

Uneasy Juxtapositions
By Harmony Hammond
Essay by Neery Melkonian
Catalog
Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM.1992

Wrappings.
By artist: Harmony Hammond.
Publisher:?

Hammond, Rita

A Due Voci: The Photography of Rita Hammond
Syracuse University Press, 2003
ISBN 0815607512

Rita Hammond: Making Connections
Menschel Gallery catalogue #40

Hanh Thi Pham

Hanh Thi Pham: A Vietnamese: Her Body in Revolt.
Fukuoka, Japan: Fukuoka Art Museum: 1997.

Harden, Tine

An evening I shall never forget
By Heidi Ryom
Photographed by Tine Harden
Text in Danish and English
ISBN 87-90724-14-3
Forlaget Per Kofod, 1999

Eventyret om Martin
af Maya Albana, foto Tine Harden
People’s Press, 12. november 2008
ISBN: 9788770555265
Kulturplakaten.dk: “Martin – Eventyret, Ørum og X Factor – Dette er historien om Martin Hoberg Hedegaards rejse fra 15-årig Ørum-knægt til hele Danmarks X Factor Martin.”[…]”Det er en bog, du kan gå på opdagelse i. Som en skattekiste fyldt med fotografier og personlige effekter, der aldrig tidligere er blevet vist. Bogen har små anekdoter fra familien og udtalelser fra blandt andre Remee, Lina Rafn, Laura m.fl. Kort fortalt: en bog med mange timers underholdning for små og store X Factor-entusiaster, læseheste som billedkiggere, hardcore fans såvel som almindeligt nysgerrige.”

For stor til at være lille : – eller for lille til at være stor?
Tine Harden
Bibliotek.dk: “Billedbog. Vi følger den lille nye elefant, Gandhi, som selv fortæller om at bo i Zoologisk Have i København. Gandhi synes ikke, at han kan blive stor hurtig nok, men de fleste synes jo allerede, at en elefantunge er stor.”

Lone Kühlmann og Tine Harden: Med slør – og uden – kvinder i Syrien
Fotos ved Tine Harden
ISBN: 9788702043150
Gyldendal 2005
Bibliotek.dk: “Lone Kühlmann giver via sine interviews med kvinder fra forskellige samfundslag et enestående og tankevækkende portræt af et Syrien i krise, fordi det ikke formår at knække den traditionelle mandlige dominans og derved svigter udviklingspotentialet for halvdelen af dets befolkning. Fremtrædende veluddannede kvinder gør en imponerende indsats for at modvirke den maskuline dominans, men vejen er lang og ikke ufarlig. Fotografen Tine Hardens farvefotos fungerer som vellykkede og selvstændige kommentarer til de smukke, stærke syriske kvinder og deres barske livsvilkår.”

Victor Borge
En fotobog af Tine Harden

Hawarden, Viscountess Clementina

Becoming: The Photographs of Clemintina, Viscountess Hawarden.
By C. Mavor
Durham & London: Duke University Press, 1999.

Hernandez, Ester

Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge
Made by Bulfinch
The book features among other things the artworks of Ester Hernandez.

Hickox, April

10X10 BOOK 2014
Published by 10x10photographyproject.com
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Horn, Roni

Bird
by Philip Larratt-Smith and Roni Horn
Publisher: Steidl; First Edition edition (October 30, 2008)
ISBN-10: 3865216692
ISBN-13: 978-3865216694
Amazon.com on the book: “153 Drawings presents for the first time a comprehensive selection of Horn’s drawings, ranging from the artist’s initial work with pigment to geometrically collaged works and extremely complex more recent drawings.”

Roni Horn.
with text by Louise Neri, Lynne Cooke, Thierry du Duve.
Harrisburg, PA, and London: Phaidon, 2000, 160 pp.,
ISBN 0-7148-3865-9, paper.
Tee A. Corinne: “Photographer and sculptor Horn (b. 1955) works in many styles and media including photography and sculpture. The most lesbian-appearing of her images is “You Are The Weather,” a series of close-ups of the same woman’s face which can be read as a metaphor for obsessive desire.” (The Feminist Art Books Bulletin #3, May, 2001)

Hosmer, Harriet

American Neo-Classic Sculpture: The Marble Resurrection
Gerdts, William H.
New York: Viking Press, 1973.
Jodi Kovach at www.artsci.wustl.edu: “Gerdts examines the phenomena of American neoclassical sculpture through the lives, works, and patronage of the American expatriate neoclassical sculptors in Rome. Hosmer is one of the major artists highlighted in this text.”

American Women Artists: 1830-1930
By Eleanor Tufts
With introductory essays by Gail Levin, Alessandra Comini and Wanda M. Corn
Washington D.C.: The National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1987.
Jodi Kovach in www.artsci.wustl.edu: “This exhibition catalog includes extensive entries for the four Hosmer pieces included in the exhibition: Clasped Hands of Elizabeth and Robert Browning, 1853, Puck, 1856, Zenobia in Chains, 1859, and Sleeping Faun, 1865”

At Home in the Studio: The Professionalization of Women Artists in America
By Laura R. Prieto
Cambridge, Mass. And London, England: Harvard University Press, 2001
Jodi Kovach in www.artsci.wustl.edu: “In her investigation of how American women artists in the nineteenth century built their professional careers, Prieto writes that artists such as Harriet Hosmer, “…used gendered ideology to position themselves as professionals who could fulfill the ideal purpose of art: to uplift and morally transform the viewer, a task for which it was thought their ‘moral’ female natures gave them an affinity.” (page 42) Prieto also explores how women artists such as Hosmer used “gendered ideologies” in building relationships with male patrons (in Hosmer’s case, the father-figure Wayman Crow), and in operating within female, familial-style networks to garner popular support for their work”.

Expatriates and Professionals: The Careers in Italy of Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers and Artists
By Sara Foose Parrott
Ph.D. diss., The George Washington University, 1988
Jodi Kovach in www.artsci.wustl.edu: “Parrott examines the careers of twenty American women writers and artists (including Hosmer) born between 1810 and 1850 who lived in expatriation in Italy in order to advance their careers. In particular, she explores how these women capitalized on two imaginative structures, one of which “attributed special significance to women as improvisatrici, cultural interpreters and redeemers.” The other myth positioned American women as emblems of the American ingénue”.

Harriet Hosmer – American Sculptor 1830-1908
By Dolly Sherwood
1991
ISBN 0-8262-0766-9

Harriet Hosmer: Letters and Memories.
Edited by Cornelia Crow Carr.
New York: Moffat Yard and Company, 1912.
Jodi Kovach in www.artsci.wustl.edu: “This is an excellent primary source containing letters from Hosmer’s correspondence and biographical commentary by Cornelia Crow Carr. Most of the letters are written to either Cornelia Crow Carr, Hosmer’s friend and the daughter of Wayman Crow, or to Wayman Crow himself. Wayman Crow was one of the most prominent patrons of the arts in St. Louis in the mid-nineteenth century and was the founder of Washington University. He played a significant role in the development of Hosmer’s career as a sculptor by commissioning several of her most important works.”

Marble Queens and Captives: Women in Nineteenth-Century American Sculpture
By Joy S.Kasson
New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1990
Jodi Kovach in www.artsci.wustl.edu: “Kasson examines issues of gender and power in the public personae and artwork of nineteenth-century women sculptors. Chapter six, “The Problematics of Female Power: Zenobia” focuses on Hosmer and the dichotomy of power and victimization represented in her works of ideal and mythical women.”

The White Marmorean Flock
Cikovsky, Jr., Nicolai, Marie H. Morrison and Carol Ockman. With an introduction by William H. Gerdts
Jr. Vassar College Art Gallery, 1972.
Jodi Kovach in www.artsci.wustl.edu: “This catalog accompanied an exhibition from April 4-30, 1972, of the work of nineteenth-century American women neoclassical sculptors. The title of the exhibition is taken from Henry James’s description of the group of American expatriate women artists in Rome in his book William Wetmore Story and his Friends, 1903”.

Höch, Hannah

Hannah Höch : Album
Herausgeber: Gunda Luyken
Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2004

Cut with the kitchen knife : the Weimar photomontages of Hannah Höch
Maud Lavin
1993. 260 p., Yale University Press

Hannah Höch
Heinz Ohff
1968

Hannah Höch : Fotomontagen, Gemälde, Aquarelle
mit Textbeiträgen von Götz Adriani
1980, DuMont

Hannah Höch : eine Lebenscollage. Band 2, 1921-1954
Archiv-Edition
Publisher: Hatje

Hannah Höch : jenseits fester Grenzen : das malerische Werk bis 1945
Ellen Maurer
1995, Gebr. Mann Verlag

Hannah Höch : Marlborough
1966.

Hannah Höch : Werke und Worte
hrsg. von Herbert Remmert und Peter Barth
1982. 147 s. Frölich & Kaufmann

Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography
Texts by Jennifer Blessing, Carole-Anne Tyler, Sarah Wilson, Nancy Spector, Judith Halberstam, with a picture essay by Lyle Ashton Harris.
First ed. New York, Abrams, 1997
A study of gender representation in photography from the Surrealists to the 1970s in Europe and America. Photographers include Barney, Beaton, Brassai, Cahun, Hoch, Klauke, Lynes, Man Ray, Madame Yevonde, Antoni, Goldin, Mapplethorpe, Markay, Messager, Molinier, Morimura, Opie, Samaras, Sherman, Sieverding, Van Lamsweerde.

The photomontages of Hannah Höch : Walker Art Center, Mineapolis, October 20, 1996-February 2, 1997, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 26-May 20, 1997, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, June 26-September 14, 1997
Essays by Peter Boswell, Maria Makela, Carolyn Lanchner
1996. 224 s., illustrated

Three Berlin Artists of the Weimar Era: Hannah Höch, Käthe Kollwitz and Jeanne Mammen.
By Louise R. Noun
Des Moines, Iowa: Des Moines Art Center, 1994.

Walker Art Center
Sexual artifice : persons, images, politics
ed. by Ann Kibbey, Kayann Short, and Abouali Farmanfarmaian
1994

Women in Dada: Essays on Sex, Gender, and Identity
By Naomi Sawelson-Gorse (Editor)
Publisher: MIT Press; (February 19, 2001)
ISBN: 0262692600
Library Journal: “Given its heyday between the years 1916 and 1924, it is no surprise misogyny prevailed in the Dada movement. Thus, the editors surmise the need and rationale for this new study of Dada’s lesser-known female participants. Among the numerous key figures discussed are Hannah Hoch, Juliette Roche, Suzanne Duchamp, Sophie Taeuber, Emmy Hennings, Mina Loy, Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Clara Tice, Florine Stettheimer, Margaret Anderson, Jane Heap, and Beatrice Wood. Topics include the young American girl, the gendered machine, the dandy, cross-dressing, homosexuality, and primitivism”.

Women in the metropolis : gender and modernity in Weimar culture
Edited by Katharina von Ankum
Publisher: University of California Press, 1997

Holmlund, Mona

Women together – Portraits of Love, Commitment, and Life
by Mona Holmlund
Essay: Holmlund, Mona
Author: Gingrich, Candace
Running Press Book Publishers
ISBN: 0762400641

Hughes, Holly

Clit Notes: A Sapphic Sampler
By Holly Hughes
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Incorporated, New York, NY, U.S.A.
Published 1996
ISBN: 0802133339

O solo homo :the new queer performance
Edited by Holly Hughes & David Româan
Publisher New York :Grove Press,1998
ISBN 0802135706
Publisher’s Note: “From hip performance spaces in New York and Los Angeles to the heart of Middle America, the last twenty years have seen a rich proliferation of gay and lesbian performance art. In “O Solo Homo”, Holly Hughes, the First Lady of queer performance, and theater critic and professor David Roman have brought together the best solo work from some of the most acclaimed and influential artists in the field.”


NB! The fact that an artist is mentioned in this website it is of course no guaranty that she will be lesbian, bisexual or queer tomorrow, nor that the authors of the above books are “out and proud” in their writings…