A Crystal Diary

A Crystal Diary Frankie Hucklenbroich s razor edged compelling often wryly humorous story hustles us from the blood and beer drenched corners of her St Louis meat packing district Os youth through the sex soaked

  • Title: A Crystal Diary
  • Author: Frankie Hucklenbroich
  • ISBN: 9781563410826
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frankie Hucklenbroich s razor edged, compelling, often wryly humorous story hustles us from the blood and beer drenched corners of her St Louis meat packing district 5Os youth, through the sex soaked Hollywood alleys of her 6Os baby butch years, into the druggy metropolis of 70s San Francisco Moving relentlessly from one woman to another until faces and bodies blur, sFrankie Hucklenbroich s razor edged, compelling, often wryly humorous story hustles us from the blood and beer drenched corners of her St Louis meat packing district 5Os youth, through the sex soaked Hollywood alleys of her 6Os baby butch years, into the druggy metropolis of 70s San Francisco Moving relentlessly from one woman to another until faces and bodies blur, scamming her existence, learning what the street has to teach how to make a buck, how to make it with a woman, how to court the dangers of crystal meth, how to survive.

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    1. Have you ever wished that Stone Butch Blues was less political and much sleazier? If so, you're in luck because Frank Hucklenbroich is here to provide you with 50s-70s era butch sleaziness that eschews the easy political storytelling of Feinberg in favour of a more realistic look at butch-femme life before Stonewall.

    2. Very well-written book about the life of a butch lesbian in the 1950s and '60s. She's a despicable creature; the way she thinks about and treats femme women is a shame, but the writing is amazing. I suspect there's more than just a little autobiographical reference to the author's own life, since she's a self-admitted butch dyke who lived a "mostly illegal" life up until 1980. I don't know if she's still alive; this book was published in 1997 and I can't find anything about her after that on the [...]

    3. Despite the title, not sure this is a novel. I have a pretty clear impression that it's a memoir? Lots of seamy Denver scenes, including the stealing of a baby(!) Definitely a book I would re-read if I'd already read everything else I was interested in. Of note, I read this book prior to the time of , but feel compelled to add it.

    4. A revelation. I came for the crystal, stayed for the rest. This novel should have won every award in the world. By like Frankie writes, the world hates butches.

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