Words to our now : imagination and dissent
Words to our now : imagination and dissent / Thomas Glave.
Minneapolis, Minn. : University of Minnesota Press, c2005.
264 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-262).
- Baychester : a memory
- Toward a nobility of the imagination : Jamaica's shame (an open letter to the people of Jamaica)
- (Re-)recalling Essex Hemphill : words to our now
- Fire and ink : toward a quest for language, history, and a moral imagination
- Whose Caribbean? : an allegory, in part
- These blocks, not square (five movements)
- The death and light of Brian Williamson
- Regarding Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie, so long swept aside : why?
- Between Jamaica(n) and (North) America(n) : convergent (divergent) territories
- On the difficulty of confiding, with complete love and trust, in some heterosexual "friends"
- Panic, despair : when the words do not come (but then an unexpected journey)
- Regarding a black male Monica Lewinsky, anal penetration, and Bill Clinton's sacred white anus
- On the importance of returning from abroad to the United States in a time of imperialism and war (a meditation on dissent)
- Autumn's relentlessness : crimes against humanity
- Re-membering Steen Fenrich : not a candidate for Matthew Shepardhood
- Abu Ghraib : fragments against forgetting
- Again, the sea.
Essays regarding prejudice and inhumanity, by a gay Jamaican American.
- Kinsey subjects
Afroamericans and homosexuality--Male.
Social conditions--Jamaica--20th century, 1960-.
Social conditions--United States--20th century, 1960-.