Friday, June 26, 2009

Bending toward oblivion: My interview with Martin Duberman in the San Francisco Bay Guardian

Here it is...

And feel free to tell me what you think...

5 comments:

A said...

It's never bad to be reminded that when we think about resisting homophobia, we must be aware of how our methods of resistance impact on issues of class, race, violence vs pacifism, and freedom of choice about the type of relationship(s) we want to have.

It seems like you do a lot to encourage discussion of the above topic. Go you :)

mixedqueer said...

yay it was great! now i'm totally interested in this duberman character.

mattilda bernstein sycamore said...

Thank you, A!

And mixedqueer, I've become interested in him too :)

Love --
mattilda

ismoon.maria said...

Nicely written, M! I love your professional yet radical tone. I hope you will consider interviewing others like Duberman so that I may delight in your Q/A style. IMO You would be a great oral history interviewer for the queer archives down there. Best, Ismoon (fem w/ fibro with hippie name)

mattilda bernstein sycamore said...

Yay -- thank you, Ismoon!

Hopefully more interviews on the way, through our mutual glamour of fibromyalgia...

Love --
mattilda