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Mark Doty, award-winning queer poet and author, on growing up as a sissy

Riki Anne Wilchins, author of "Read My Lips" and GenderPAC founder, on transactivism

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00:00 Introduction
07:47 Question of the Week
12:13 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
23:53 Mark Doty, award-winning queer poet and author, who has written five volumes of poetry and two memoirs. His most recent is titled "Firebird", which his publicist describes as "the harrowing account of a childhood coroded by alcoholism and sorrow, but redeemed by his keen appreciation and beauty. Art literally saved his life." Mark reads two moving selections from his work.
Also by Mark Doty: Heaven's Coast: A Memoir; Sweet Machine: Poems; Atlantis: Poems
47:57 Boston area (and some national) announcements
53:09 Special Message
53:47 Riki Anne Wilchins (gpac@gpac.org), author of "Read My Lips: Sexual Subversion and the End of Gender," and founder and director of GenderPAC (www.gpac.org), a leading transgender activist organization. Riki talks about the work that GenderPAC had undertaken, and the need for support for activism from the transgender community.
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