Reading Queer

Queer Theory

subject: statement by kari edwards

subject: statement by kari edwards

it is the space one holds, not an essential objectification one is held in, where one is stabilized into things in space, places with borders, bodies with procedures, proper behavior by corporeal containment, compulsory reproductive management, polarizing populations, producing mythological projections, slicing every single living energetic instant into bipolar neurosis…

“Popular Culture and Queer Representation” by Diane Raymond.

“Queer is a category in flux. Once a term of homophobic abuse, recently the term has been reappropriated as a marker for some gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (glbt), and other marginalized sexual identities….The term is itself open-ended, and its advocates argue that its fluidity is to be embraced rather than…

The Enormous Treasure of Neiber

The Enormous Treasure of Neiber

In this short video, Argentinian trans musician and artist Neiber talks about her support for Reading Queer. “A project that…helps connect artists,” she says “whether they are writers or not…is absolutely important.” Neiber also opens up about the treasure she’s acquired by walking though the different phases of her life.…

Queering Language by Tim Trace Peterson

(Republished with author’s permission. Originally published in EOAGH. Read the Queering Language issue of EOAGH here.) Oh, it’s just queering language. It resists categorizations, clarifications, and excuses, hovering somewhere in the densely-populated nexus between theory and practice, taking names… For me this project began out of a deep sympathy with…