'Charleston Present Tense', queer Bloomsbury, queer poetics and creative-critical research

Herd, C. (2018) 'Charleston Present Tense', queer Bloomsbury, queer poetics and creative-critical research. In: Wilson, N. and Battershill, C. (eds.) Virginia Woolf and the World of Books. Clemson University Press: Clemson. ISBN 9781942954569

Herd, C. (2018) 'Charleston Present Tense', queer Bloomsbury, queer poetics and creative-critical research. In: Wilson, N. and Battershill, C. (eds.) Virginia Woolf and the World of Books. Clemson University Press: Clemson. ISBN 9781942954569

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Abstract

A critical-creative excursion to Charleston, the home of Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, and other Bloomsbury artists and writers. This sequence of poems explores the potential for Charleston to be a queer space in the present tense, drawing on Sara Ahmed's writings on Objects and Orientations.

Item Type:Book Sections
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Herd, Dr Colin
Authors: Herd, C.
Subjects:P Language and Literature > PR English literature
College/School:College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > English Literature
Publisher:Clemson University Press
ISBN:9781942954569

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