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Yes, I am! Writing by South African gay men (Cód: 3075792)



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Yes, I am! Writing by South African gay men



Taking its cue from 'the first time', Yes, I am! is a collage of what it's like to be South African, and male, and gay. The experiences of some forty writers come together, in stories, poems, letters, diary-entries, SMSes and emails ...Among the stories they tell are of first love in the face of colour legislation that outlaws it, love that blossoms despite religious injunctions against it, a chance finding of a condom in the jacket pocket of a life partner, the sheer fun of being young and gay in an early-morning that makes Cape Town look gorgeous ...Brushing shoulders with a swathe of new and emerging writers are two actor Knights (Sir Antony Sher and Sir Nigel Hawthorne), two winners of the Alan Paton Non-Fiction Award (Edwin Cameron and Jonny Steinberg), the Dean of Cape Town Rowan Q Smith, novelists Damon Galgut, André Carl van der Merwe, Gerald Kraak and K Sello Duiker, legendary TAC activist Zackie Achmat, theatre director David Lan, literary agent Tony Peake, playwrights Peter Krummeck, Nicholas Spagnoletti and Pieter Jacobs, actor Blaise Koch, arts journalist Shaun de Waal, imam Muhsin Hendricks, defrocked and then reinstated DRC minister Laurie Gaum, Delmas Treason Trialist Simon Nkoli ... and the alter-ego of that phantom ex-Ambassadress Evita Bezuidenhout, Pieter-Dirk Uys.'At a time when South Africa needs to make it clear to Africa and the rest of the world what its position is on human rights, this book is a shining beacon of hope.' - ARCHBISHOP EMERITUS DESMOND MPILO TUTU


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Territorialidade Internacional
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Tamanho do Arquivo 1564
Início da Venda 24/06/2010
Cód. Barras 9780620471961
Ano da Publicação 110