Category Archives: Rupert Thomson

Holiday Book Haul

So, Christmas is over once again and I got some lovely presents, notably two great books. The first is ‘Exist Otherwise: The Life and Works of Claude Cahun‘ by Jennifer L Shaw – a delightfully thoughtful gift from my other … Continue reading

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Never Anyone But You – Rupert Thomson

In ‘Written on the Body’, Jeanette Winterson posed the question: ‘Why is the measure of love loss?’. ‘Never Anyone But You’ may not provide an answer but this true tale of passion, art and defiance perfectly – and with heartbreaking tenderness … Continue reading

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A book haul…and holiday reading!

Just a couple of purchases this week (I’m learning!). Firstly a book I didn’t even know existed: ‘Drag Queens at the 801 Cabaret’ by Leila J Rupp and Verta Taylor. This is very much an academic work, looking at the … Continue reading

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