Sarah Waters, for one. But many people would, in my opinion, be missing something. Hemingway is a fascinating author for gay women to read — mostly because he seems to have been so fascinated by us. The sprawling, unfinished manuscript of Garden was first published, in severely edited form, in
I am currently twenty-one years, three cauldrons, and several dozen tarot decks into my witchy phase. One of my aunts gifted me a couple sets of Goddess cards, little cards with illustrations of famous goddesses or folkloric figures and used in divination or devotion. Typically the art is wonderful but the research…well it runs a gauntlet. But I was a child and less than critical, so I ate this stuff up.
But one film director with Catholic and Buddhist backgrounds is challenging the traditionally gendered Biblical creation story by creating a film of a dance interpretation with a queer twist. First some background to set the context. We are all pretty familiar with our friends Adam and Eve. We find them acting as major characters in the mythological account of the creation story in the book of Genesis.