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S/HE 13 school on the other side of town. We hadn't known much about many of
the lives hidden in our town, and now we gathered, ready to find out: Me and the
woman who was my first friend, almost my first memory. And my best girlfriend ...
The girl is given a steamroller that she drives around her town, and flattens into
shadows a pig that won't move, a policeman, her teacher, chickens, anything in
her way. She leaves the fields quilted with sprawling fences. Back in the house ...
Then after he left town, my friend, his cousin, wanted a date for the movies. At the
end of the evening he took me to the runway for the town's one plane, blue lights
along the edge like some sleazy bar, where he pulled at me with clumsy hands, ...
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An amazing book of vignettes that explore the ideas and intersections of love, sexuality, gender, and identity. A beautiful love letter to her partner, Leslie Feinberg. Read full review