Tea, Michelle Tea, M: Against Memoir

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Tea, M: Against Memoir

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'From the beautiful trenches of our affections, Michelle Tea's Against Memoir brings home that queerness is universal.' Rita Indiana ---- 'If you want to know how the best queer writing comes out of community, lived experience and political urgency, start here.' Isabel Waidner ---- 'Against Memoir ripples with compassion, anger, curiosity and humour.' Fiona Mozley ----'These are dispatches from a mind on fire. Every essay goes where most writers fear to go - whether she's taking down privilege, talking up the books that save us from abuse, or celebrating every suburban girl who ever had a Prince fantasy, Michelle Tea's irresistibly fresh writing and openhearted voice make Against Memoir a brilliant, wild ride.' Preti Taneja----`From its opening sentence to its finish, Michelle Tea's Against Memoir is a bracing, heaven-sent tonic for deeply troubled times. Its clarity, hilarity, range, nonchalant brilliance, and decades of experience in `art and music, love and queerness, writing and life' remind me over and over again of the adventure, the party of it all-the joy of raucous thinking and loving and making-that's fundamentally ours.' Maggie Nelson, author of The Argonauts ---- `These essays blow my mind with their algebraic rhythms by which Michelle Tea manages pain and bliss. They take turns erupting in a pulpy and marvelous parade: landscape, passion, morality, family, cigarettes-each cited frankly and exquisitely like a smart kid with a dirty crayon explaining to us all how she sees god.' Eileen Myles, author of Chelsea Girls ----`The essays in Against Memoir remind us how pleasure, pain, wisdom, and delight come from the ground up, by and through the body, and in this case, a body unapologetically firing all her desires, pleasures, fears, and dreams like lightning. A hardcore delight, a queer blood song picking the scab off the skin of culture.' Lidia Yuknavitch, author of The Book of Joan ---- `Eclectic and wide-ranging. . . . A palpable pain animates many of these essays, as well as a raucous joy and bright curiosity.' The New York Times ----`The best essay collection I've read in years.' The New Republic ---- `Bristles with life and a fierce intellect.' The Millions ---- `An entrancing collection of irreverent and flamboyant essays.' Kirkus Reviews (starred)----`Queer counterculture beats loud and proud in Tea's stellar collection.' Publishers Weekly (starred) -----`An essential work.' Booklist (starred)---- `Against Memoir is a must-read for hopeless romantics and anyone passionate about life.' BUST ----`A thrill to read, and an essential look into lives too often relegated to the margins of literature, instead of where they belong: front and center.'Nylon -----`Tea's conversational tone and her way of writing deeply personal experience appeal to a certain universal that is also countercultural, subversive, and presents a very necessary counter-narrative to mainstream histories of American punk, feminism, and sexual identity.' The Brooklyn Rail ----`Tea's writing continues to make the world worth living in.' Lambda Literary Review

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`I must find my own complicated junkie to have violent sex with. In 1994, nothing seemed like a better idea, save being able to write about it later.' Michelle Tea is our exuberant, witty guide to the hard times and wild creativity of queer life in America. Along the way she reclaims SCUM Manifesto author Valerie Solanas as an absurdist, remembers the lives and deaths of the lesbian motorbike gang HAGS, and listens to activists at a trans protest camp. This kaleidoscope of love and adventure also makes room for a defence of pigeons and a tale of teenage goths hustling for tips at an ice creamery in a `grimy, busted city called Chelsea'. Unsparing but unwaveringly kind, Michelle Tea reveals herself and others in unexpected and heartbreaking ways. Against Memoir is the winner of the 2019 PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay. Best known as writer of fiction and memoir, this is the first time Tea's journalism has been collected. Delivered with her signature candour and dark humour, Against Memoir solidifies her place as one of the leading queer writers of our time.

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