Baby Remember My Name by Michelle Tea
An Anthology of New Queer Girl Writing

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Michelle Tea, a favorite on the spoken-word scene and beloved in literary circles for books such as Valencia, Chelsea Whistle and most recently Rose of No Man's Land, has gathered new work by twenty-two of the most outstanding emerging voices in queer girl writing. Fiction is matched in excitement by graphic novel excerpts and personal essays. Certain to become a literary touchstone for a new generation of writers and readers, Baby Remember My Name speaks to the broad range of queer girl experiences in work that is brave, irreverent, funny, sensitive, and hot.

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Michelle Tea is the Lambda Award-winning author of Valencia, Chelsea Whistle, Rent Girl (with illustrations by Laurenn McCunbin) and most recently Rose of No Man’s Land, among others. Tea is the co-founder of the San Francisco-based, all-girl spoken word troupe Sister Spit and is also curator of the monthly Radar Reading series at the San Francisco Public Library. She lives in San Francisco.
Published January 3, 2007 by Da Capo Press. 300 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In her "Coming Out versus Sex versus Making Love," Meliza Bañales reveals a version of "The Rules" in which oral sex pushes love-making into just having sex.

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