Where would I be without you : the poetry of Pat Parker and Judy Grahn.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Parker, Pat, 1944-1989, Grahn, Judy, 1940-
Format: CD Audio Book
Published: Los Angeles, CA : Olivia Records, [1976]
Table of Contents:
  • Pat Parker: From cavities to bones
  • When I was a child
  • Fuller brush day
  • You can't be sure of anything these days
  • Tour America!
  • In English lit
  • Brother
  • Have you ever tried to hide?
  • Don't let the fascists speak
  • Pit stop
  • My lover is a woman
  • Poem to Ann #2
  • Let me come to you naked
  • For Willyce
  • A small contrdiction
  • For straight folks who don't mind gays but wish they weren't so blatant
  • Womanslaughter.
  • Judy Grahn: A history of lesbianism
  • If you lose your lover
  • In the place where
  • The Marilyn Monroe poem
  • The common woman [Ella, Nadine, Carol, Detroit Annie, Vera]
  • She who
  • Parting on the left
  • The woman in 3 pieces one
  • She who increases
  • The many minnows
  • A geology lesson
  • The enemies of she who
  • She who continues
  • The most blonde woman
  • The woman in 3 pieces three
  • Foam on the rim
  • I am the wall
  • The woman whose head is on fire
  • Plainsong: from an older woman to a younger woman.