1. The Progress Train Has Picked Up Speed

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    Breaking news and a true testament to the times we are now living in. The future is clear and it is on the side of marriage equality for all.  See the amazing announcement here! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/06/supreme-court-gay-marriage_n_5938854.html
  2. Why A Name Change Made All The Difference

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    We changed the name of our book.  Not while we were writing it, not prior to publication, not before anyone had caught sight of the original title and cover.  The book had been out in the world and circulating, physically and electronically, we’d read it from it at public events...
  3. Life’s Long Learning

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    Some years ago, when I began to consider myself  an elder,  I became interested  in a doctoral program that gave credit for life-long learning.   I would have to submit a thesis, which could be a book I was intending to write.  And I would have to write some 15 essays describing the particular ways in...
  4. Contemplating A New Endeavor

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    Driving back from Rohnert Park, and our conversation with Mel Suhd about writing a new time of doctorate, we passed  through our beloved Northern California landscape, with its small farms and vineyards, the hills  briefly green from the winter rains.  We wondered if it would be possible to come up...
  5. Answers Beyond The Books

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    I began to play around with the categories of learning  my essays for a doctoral thesis would cover.  There were, of course, things you could learn from books that you could not learn in any other way.  I could not have learned about Greek mythology or analytic philosophy or the...
  6. The Self Itself

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    Suppose, at a certain age, it was customary to enter a university  to earn a doctorate in the meaning of life?   The very idea of middle-age and growing old would be transformed, wouldn’t they, by this expectation?  At the threshold of supposed diminishment there would be a serious endeavor   to  ...

PublicationList


My First Year In The Country
Shebooks, 2014
List Price: $2.99

Lesbian Marriage: A Love and Sex Forever Kit
LesbianLoveForever.com, 2014
List Price: $4.95

Everywhere a Guest, Nowhere at Home
North Atlantic Books, 2009
List Price: $14.95

The Seven Pillars of Jewish Denial: Essays
North Atlantic Books, 2004
List Price: $11.95

The Girl Who Went and Saw and Came Back
EdgeWork Books, 2002.
List Price: $24.95

The Woman Who Gave Birth To Her Mother
Viking-Penguin, New York, 1998
paperback, Viking-Penguin, 1999.
List Price: $23.95 Hardcover.

My Life as a Boy
Algonquin Books, Chapel Hill, May 1997.
List Price: $16.95 for Hardcover.

Cecilia Bartoli: The Passion of Song
(with Renate Stendhal),
Harper Collins, New York, December 1996
paperback Women’s Press, London, 1999.
Hardcovers are first editions.
List Price: $24.95 for Hardcover.

In My Father’s Garden
Algonquin Books, Chapel Hill, August 1996.
List Price: $17.95 for Hardcover.

A Different Kind of Listening: My Psychoanalysis and Its Shadow
Harper Collins, New York, 1995
List Price: $12.00

Crossing the Border: An Erotic Journey
Women’s Press, London, 1994
List Price: limited availability

Sex and Other Sacred Games
(with Renate Stendhal),
Crown/Times Books, New York, 1989
hardcover, Ballantine Books, 1990
List Price: limited availability

Reinventing Eve: Modern Woman in Search of Herself
Times Books, New York, 1987
paperback Harper & Row, New York, 1988;
List Price: $16.95 Hardcover, $13.00 Paperback.

The Flame Bearers: A Novel
Random House, New York, 1986
paperback, Harper & Row, New York, 1987 or
First Perennial Library Edition, Times Books, New York, 1987.
Hardcovers are first editions.
List Price: limited availability

The Hungry Self: Women, Eating and Identity
Times Books, New York, 1985
paperback Harper & Row, New York, 1986
These are first editions.
List Price: Hardcover no longer available, $13.95 Paperback.

In My Mother’s House: A Daughter’s Story
Ticknor & Fields, New York, 1983
newer paperback Virago, London, 1985.
List Price: $14.95 Hardcover, $14.00 Paperback.

The Hunger Song (Poems)
The Menard Press, London, 1982.
List Price: limited availability

The Obsession: Reflections on the Tyranny of Slenderness
Harper & Row, 1981
paperback Harper & Row. New York, 1982.
These books are first editions.
List Price: $12.95

There are Five Manuscripts I haven’t yet wanted to Publish.
They are available in my archive at the Schlesinger Library at Radcliff.



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