Pulling Taffy

Pulling Taffy Fiction Gay Lesbian Studies Moving from mid nineties Boston to post grunge Seattle to Giuliani s New York Syca s debut novel is about searching for home and not necessarily finding it D Travers Sco
  • Title: Pulling Taffy
  • Author: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
  • ISBN: 9780971084636
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pulling Taffy
    Fiction Gay Lesbian Studies Moving from mid nineties Boston, to post grunge Seattle, to Giuliani s New York, Syca s debut novel is about searching for home and not necessarily finding it D Travers Scott calls PULLING TAFFY a sharp and sparkling picaresque of queens and k holes, grandmothers and tricks, friends and freaks If David Lynch and David Wojnarowicz creFiction Gay Lesbian Studies Moving from mid nineties Boston, to post grunge Seattle, to Giuliani s New York, Syca s debut novel is about searching for home and not necessarily finding it D Travers Scott calls PULLING TAFFY a sharp and sparkling picaresque of queens and k holes, grandmothers and tricks, friends and freaks If David Lynch and David Wojnarowicz created a rebuttal to Will and Grace, it could very well be this book Syca s keen eye reveals the everygay as not merely absurd but grotesque Like good drugs, Syca s writing leaves me craving Likewise Edmund White writes, I admire the candor and the reticence in this beautiful, anguished, funny novel I have seen the future, and it is PUILLING TAFFY.
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    About " Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore "

  • Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore

    Mattilda Bernstein Syca is an insomniac with dreams She is the author of a memoir, The End of San Francisco City Lights 2013, and two novels, So Many Ways to Sleep Badly City Lights, October 2008 and Pulling Taffy Suspect Thoughts 2003 Mattilda is the editor of five nonfiction anthologies, most recently Why Are Faggots So Afraid of Faggots Flaming Challenges to Masculinity, Objectification and the Desire to Conform AK Press 2012 , Nobody Passes Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity Seal 2007 and an expanded second edition of That s Revolting Queer Strategies for Resisting Assimilation Soft Skull 2008 For on Mattilda, check out mattildabernsteinsyca or follow her on Twitter mbsyca

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  • One of my three last purchases from Lambda Rising in DC before they closed I was intrigued by the back cover description of the book as a new generation David Wojnarowicz David Lynch rebuttal to Will and Grace, so in I dove In a purposely messy style that s a parody of stream of consciousness Clarissa Dalloway looking for a place to frak and we can assume a mash up of fiction and autobiography, Syca tracks an I who might be her him self having sex, doing drugs, and living in Seattle, New York, a [...]


  • Wow That was intense.The writing here was awkward to me at first, but after awhile it kind of sucks you in, and you get to the point where YOU ARE THERE doing and feeling all these things Seriously, I felt like I was on a coke binge while reading parts of this Figuratively, of course It was also probably the gayest book I ve read all year, and I mean that in the most complimentary sense of the word I would also like to point out that I live in a town where one can find a book filled with gay sex [...]


  • okay, so I wanted to like this book, as I love Mattilda It s a semi autobiographical work of fiction about a queer sex worker living in the us, and their drug abuse, rape, childhood sexual abuse and day to day life It was way too much for me right now, and perhaps I ll be able to re read it sometime As it is, I stopped about 1 3 of the way in If you re in the right place for it, I would reccomend.


  • I can t explain how much I loved this book, I feel like it was written for me to read Matilda is a great author and this is simply one of the best books I ve ever read Can t wait for the new novel to come out.


  • honestly, i read this book because i know this guy and was genuinely interested in what he would write about due to what i knew of his life it s an interesting look into the life ofr lack of a better word, a whore.




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