Recommendation: Confessions of an Empty Purse

S. McDonald recommends…

“Confessions of an Empty Purse” is a poetic transmemoir of growing up “gender terrified” in Toronto’s “Cabbagetown” in the ’60s and ’70s — passion and fear, laughter, nightmares and dysphoria, preservation, degradation, dreams and pride … and it really happened. I was – am – there.

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Posted by on May 28th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: books, recommendations One comment »

One Response to “Recommendation: Confessions of an Empty Purse”

  1. kendall

    my straight grandma and my straight brothers straight girlfriend both lived in cabbage town–I’m a queer boi and always meet crazy characters when I’m out that way.


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