Winner of the 1996 Lambda Book Award for Lesbian Poetry.
"With poignancy, honesty, and grace, Becker contends with the messy implications of her lesbian sexuality, Jewish identity, and sister's suicide. . . . Becker is acutely aware of, and devastated by, her many losses, but emerges defiant and admirably without regret or shame."
Subjects: Language & Literature
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