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Current Gage Catalog

Current Gage Catalog

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Catalog of books, plays, DVD's and CD's by Carolyn Gage
Catalog of books, plays, DVD's and CD's by Carolyn Gage

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Published by: carolyn6302 on Sep 25, 2013
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Books, Plays, Musicals,One-Acts, andOne-Woman Shows
Carolyn Gage
How to Order the Books and Plays:
 All plays and books may be ordered from:
as either hard copyor downloads.For customers outside the US, contact the author at
.Catalog is also online at www.carolyngage.com.
What Others Are Saying:
“… Carolyn Gage is one of the best lesbian playwrights in America…”
Lambda Book Report,
Los Angeles.“Gage is regularly hailed as one of the best lesbian playwrightsin America, but I want to say—if she will allow this and Iunderstand and accept if she won’t—simply one of our bestplaywrights.”
—Sharon Doubiago,
My Father’s Love, Portrait of thePoet as a Young Girl; Love
on the Streets, Selected and New Poems.
“… a whole women’s theatre tradition in one volume… wonderful toread—rich, original, deeply affirming—and must be phenomenal tosee on stage. The culture of women we have never had is inventedin Carolyn Gage’s brilliant and beautiful plays.” —
Andrea Dworkin,feminist philosopher activist, and author.
“The work of an experienced and esteemed playwright like CarolynGage is the air that modern theatre needs.” —
Jewelle Gomez,author of 
The Gilda Stories,
San Francisco Arts Commissioner.
“Carolyn Gage is a fabulous feminist playwright, and a major onetoo. This is great theatre. Gage’s dramatic and lesbian imaginationis utterly original… daring, heartbreaking, principled, bitter, andoften very funny… There is no rhetoric here: only one swift andpleasurable intake of breath after another… Women’s mental healthwould improve, instantly, were they able to read and see theseplays performed.”—
Phyllis Chesler, author of 
Women and Madness.
“… the toughest, most lesbian/feminist-identified work for theatre Iknow… brilliant and daring scripts...” —
John Stoltenberg, former Executive Editor,
On the Issues
, author of 
Refusing to Become A Man.
“Mahalo nui 
for your play. It is splendid,
, and sets thecharacters in an imaginary world that is,nevertheless, quitebelievable. The mark of superb craftsmanship...!
Ku’e, ku’e,ku’e! 
[Resist, resist, resist!]” —
Haunani-Kay Trask, leader of theHawai’ian Sovereignty Movement.
“I was more deeply moved and ‘sinspired’ by Carolyn Gage’s newbook [
Like There’s No Tomorrow 
] than by anything else I’ve read inyears… It is a work of burning, uncompromising vision and daring…

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