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Laura Seabrook's Queer Stuff : Ideas and Theories (Volume 1) written & drawn by laura Seabrook

Reprints a series that originally appeared in paper form 2001-2004 (and also includes selected Apocryphal Tales entries). A collection of comic essays on queer theory, life, and other peculiar things. Includes ideas about gender, transgender, queer, suici
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Pam Harrison's Review of Laura Seabrook's Queer Stuff : Ideas and Theories (Volume 1)
I've spent hours upon hours browsing through Laura Seabrook's works, and I've never failed to find her work fascinating, thought-provoking, and informative.

I've spent hours upon hours browsing through Laura Seabrook's works, and I've never failed to find her work fascinating, thought-provoking, and informative.

She's also one of the wisest people I've ever spoken with.  In Seabrook's "Queer Stuff" she writes on a number of important topics such as Queer Stories, In & Out, In and Out - Part 2 and 3, Mental Health - Suicide, Depression and Drugs.

Her Apocryphal Tales are stories with a moral ending, which quite honestly makes her a modern Aesop. I also like her drawing style.  She would say it's not refined, but I think it meshes perfectly with the stories she tells and keeps readers of all backgrounds interested.

For today's questioning youth, "Queer Stuff: Ideas and Theories" is a highly recommended read!

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