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Sue Katz
Wordsmith and rebel Sue Katz has lived, worked and published journalism on three continents. She used to be most proud of her martial arts career and her world travel, but now she is focused on her writing. Her books include A Raisin in My Cleavage: short & shorter stories, Lillian in Love, and Lillian's Last Affair and other stories. Join her blog, Consenting Adult, for her latest news.
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A number are totally new to me - thanks for the list!
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I will have intermittent access to my email this summer, so if you haven't heard from me for a few days, resend your email. All the best, Sue
I'm away for some time. I will have intermittent email, but if you haven't heard from me, consider re-sending your message at the beginning of September. All the best, Sue
I'm away for some time. I will have intermittent email, but if you haven't heard from me, consider re-sending your message at the beginning of September. All the best, Sue
I'm away for some time. I will have intermittent email, but if you haven't heard from me, consider re-sending your message at the beginning of September. All the best, Sue
I'm away for some time. I will have intermittent email, but if you haven't heard from me, consider re-sending your message at the beginning of September. All the best, Sue
I'm out of the country with intermittent internet access, but I'll respond as soon as I can. Best, Sue
I'm out of the country with intermittent internet access, but I'll respond as soon as I can. Best, Sue
I'm out of the country with intermittent internet access, but I'll respond as soon as I can. Best, Sue
I was living in the Middle East when you and Honey Lee Cottrell and others were creating a whole new excitation with On Our Backs. But the lesbian telegraph system reached that far and in visits back to the States I would load up with all the issues I could find, and then hide them in my luggage to get them back to the thirsty dykes abroad. This is a wonderful tribute. Condolences, Susie.
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I'm away, hiding and writing. If you don't hear from me promptly, that's why. Best, Sue
Fabulous!
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I've learned a lot about archiving and the importance of saving all our bits and pieces from Tracy Moore, who is on the Board of the venerable ONE Archive. Last week I was at a conference called "A Revolutionary Moment" about the 60s/early70s of the women's liberation movement and the young women were starving for the details. Like me, many pioneers are writing or thinking about writing memoirs, so we'll soon have wave of that kind of document. Thanks for posting this. We changed the world of sex and I would've loved to hear the speakers and seen the images.
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I have a bad case of the flu so I won't be on the computer so much in the next few days. If I'm slow to respond, blame it on the cooties and fever.
Back at ya, Susie. May 2014 be another incredibly literary year for you and the lucky folks who work with you.
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