Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics / Sex Issue
  • periodical
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Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics / Sex Issue

No. 4, Vol. 3 (Issue No. 12)

Hannah Alderfer, Sandra De Sando, Beth Jaker, Kay Kenny, Suzanne Kessler, Wendy McKenna, Marybeth Nelson, Eddie M. Serlis, Sylvia Witts Vitale, Paula Webster, Leanna Wolfe, Anonymous, Su Friedrich, Helle Thorning, Mary Clare Powell, Vanalyne Green, Nancy Huston, Summer Brenner, Sondra Segal, Mary Kelly, Camilla Decarnin, Hattie Gossett, Diane Meyers, Corbett with help from the criplets, Tee Corinne, Joan Nestle, Sandra M. Whisler, Nancy Fried, Pat Califia, Seph Weene, Coreen Simpson, Eunice Golden, Harmony Hammond, Irare Sabásu, Betye Saar, Cory, Glenda Hydler, Sandi Fellman, Batya Weinbaum, Barbara DeGenevieve, Mary Winston, Amber Hollibaugh, Cherríe Moraga, Muriel Dimen, Diane Sipprelle, Lyn Hughes, Carol Harmel, Fran Winant, Rekha Basu, Doranne Jacobson, Vickie M. Mays, Alesia Kunz, J. Lee Lehman, Janet Ruth Heller, Radka Donnell, Leslie Simon, Linda Troeller, Micki McGee, Barbara Kruger, Laura Sky Brown

Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics / Sex Issue

description

A quarterly feminist publication on art and politics. Issue edited by The Sexuality Issue Collective : Hannah Alderfer, Sandra De Sando, Beth Jaker, Kay Kenny, Suzanne Kessler, Wendy McKenna, Marybeth Nelson, Eddie M. Serlis, Sylvia Witts Vitale, Paula Webster and Leanna Wolfe. Essays "Typical Week and a Half," by Anonymous; "The Dilemma of the One Who Wants Both and Neither..." by Su Friedrich; "The Mother-Daughter Relationship and Sexual Ambivalence," by Helle Thorning; "Ann's Dream I and II," by Mary Clare Powell; "The Book of Love..." by Vanalyne Green; "Anatomies and Destinies (Fragments)," by Nancy Huston; "Vini," by Summer Brenner; "The Babyman," by Sondra Segal; "Post-Partum Depression," by Mary Kelly; "Interviews with Five Faghagging Women," by Camilla Decarnin; "intro & 10 takes," by Hattie Gossett; "yo daddy! - an 80s version of the dozens," by Hattie Gossett; "Photos," by Diane Meyers; "Simple Truths," Corbett with help from the criplets; "Study for a Book of Lesbian Erotic Images," by Tee Corinne; "Butch-Fem Relationships," by Joan Nestle; "Impersonals"; "Editorials"; "The Celibacy Letters," by Sandra M. Whisler; "Susan and Nancy," by Nancy Fried; "Photo," by Kay Kenny; "Feminism and Sadomasochism," by Pat Califia; "Jersey Shore Women's Wrestling"; "Venus," by Seph Weene; "Stripper," by Coreen Simpson; "The Male Nude in Women's Art," by Eunice Golden; "A Sense of Touch," by Harmony Hammond; "Island Cabin," by Irare Sabásu; "Gently Stalking Solitude," by Betye Saar; "Pornography and Pleasure," by Paula Webster; "Tits & Clits Comix," by Cory; "Purity pink and everything neat," by Glenda Hydler; "Mustang Ranch," by Sandi Fellman; "Oh Yes Come In," by Batya Weinbaum; "True Life Novelette," by Barbara DeGenevieve; "A Father's Influence on the Sexuality of a Young Woman," by Mary Winston; "What We're Rollin Around in Bed With," by Amber Hollibaugh and Cherríe Moraga; "A Herstorical Look at Some Aspects of Black Sexuality," by Sylvia Witts Vitale; "Variety Is the Spice of Life," by Muriel Dimen; "SSSexuality," by Diane Sipprelle; "Odalisque," by Lyn Hughes; "Photo," by Carol Harmel; "The Kiss," by Fran Winant; "Sexual Imperialism," by Rekha Basu; "Photos," by Doranne Jacobson; "I Hear Voices But See No Faces," by Vickie M. Mays; "I Met a Woman," by Alesia Kunz; "Lust Is Just a Four-Letter Word," by J. Lee Lehman; "Lovenotes II and IV," by Janet Ruth Heller; "Confessions of a Quiltist," by Radka Donnell; "Counterpoint," by Leslie Simon; "Leg over Cactus," by Linda Troeller; "Narcissism, Feminism, and Video Art," by Micki McGee; "Perfect," by Barbara Kruger; "News Flash: People Organize to Protest Recent NOW Resolution on Lesbian and Gay Rights"; "Burnout," by Laura Sky Brown.

references

"Artists' Magazines : An Alternative Space for Art" by Gwen Allen. Cambridge / London, MA / United Kingdom : The MIT Press, 2011, pp. 264.
New York, NY : Heresies, 1981
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