The following is an (ever-growing) list of sources that I have either drawn upon directly or been inspired by (links are clickable and open in new windows)

  • “Because it’s hot: an interview with the Lammy-nominated author of Why Things Burn.” 2002. Gay People’s Chronicle. Retrieved March 6, 2009 (http://gaypeopleschronicle.com/stories02/02jul12.htm).
  • Cixous, Helene. 1976. “Laugh of the Medusa, The.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 1.4: 875-893.
  • “Daphne Gottlieb: bio.” 2008. Daphne Gottlieb. Retrieved Feb. 28, 2009 (http://daphnegottlieb.com/bio.html).
  • “ForWord Girls.” 2002. Retrieved March 6, 2009 (http://forwordgirls.com).
  • Fox, Nicholas. (1995). Intertextuality and the Writing of Social Research. Electronic Journal of Sociology: 1.2.
    {http://www.sociology.org/content/vol001.002/fox.html}
  • Gottlieb, Daphne. 2001. Why Things Burn. New York: Soft Skull Press.
  • Hoover, Paul. (1994). “Introduction.” Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. xxvi-xxvii.
  • Plante, Rebecca F. 2006. “LGBTQQPA(H), BDSM: The Alphabet Soup of Sexualities.” Sexualities in Context: A Social Perspective. Boulder: Westview Press. 195-239.
  • Plummer, Ken. 1995. Telling Sexual Stories. New York: Routledge.
  • Rellini, Alessandra and Cindy Meston. 2007. “Sexual Desire and Linguistic Analysis: A Comparision of Sexually-Abused and Non-Abused Women.” Sexual Behavior. 36: 67-77.
  • Sandahl, Carrie. 2003. “Queering the Crip or Cripping the Queer?: Intersections of Queer and Crip Identities in Solo Autobiographical Performance.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies9 (1/2).
  • Seidman, Steven. 2003. The Social Construction of Sexuality. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.
  • Tong, Rosemarie Putnam. 1998. Feminist Thought. Boulder: Westview Press. 198-200.
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