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EP 29. This collection of interviews on queerness and the essay troubles categorizations of gender, sexuality, and genre in order to broaden understandings of form. Excerpt: Maybe ‘queer’ has lost it’s subversive edge for me? Maybe that is a direct result of capacious uses of the term ‘queer’ in literary circles, where queer signals aesthetics affinities rather than an embodi EP 29. This collection of interviews on queerness and the essay troubles categorizations of gender, sexuality, and genre in order to broaden understandings of form. Excerpt: Maybe ‘queer’ has lost it’s subversive edge for me? Maybe that is a direct result of capacious uses of the term ‘queer’ in literary circles, where queer signals aesthetics affinities rather than an embodied experience, resistance to a heteronormative way of life, or expression of affinity with certain subcultures and models of relationality. Perversion is probably more important to me than’“orientation.' —Jackie Wang


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EP 29. This collection of interviews on queerness and the essay troubles categorizations of gender, sexuality, and genre in order to broaden understandings of form. Excerpt: Maybe ‘queer’ has lost it’s subversive edge for me? Maybe that is a direct result of capacious uses of the term ‘queer’ in literary circles, where queer signals aesthetics affinities rather than an embodi EP 29. This collection of interviews on queerness and the essay troubles categorizations of gender, sexuality, and genre in order to broaden understandings of form. Excerpt: Maybe ‘queer’ has lost it’s subversive edge for me? Maybe that is a direct result of capacious uses of the term ‘queer’ in literary circles, where queer signals aesthetics affinities rather than an embodied experience, resistance to a heteronormative way of life, or expression of affinity with certain subcultures and models of relationality. Perversion is probably more important to me than’“orientation.' —Jackie Wang

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