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Table of Contents

  • Introduction - Cecilia Palmeiro
  • Prologue. Prosaic Perlongher - Christian Ferrer and Osvaldo Baigorria
  • Sixty-nine Questions for Néstor Perlongher
  • Desire and Politics
  • Cover Up, Girl
  • Loca Sex
  • Don’t Lift the Lid, We’re On Shaky Ground
  • Brazil: the Transvestite Invasion
  • A Marica is Murdered
  • Lust and Violence in the World of the Night
  • Corporal Order
  • Avatars of the Boys of the Night
  • The Force of Carnivalism
  • Living Room Deficiency Syndrome
  • Minoritary Becoming
  • History of the Argentinian Gay Liberation Front
  • The Disappearance of Homosexuality
  • Muddy Baroque
  • Sandy Beaches to Muddy Delta
  • Foot Fetish
  • Baroqueification
  • Cuba, Sex, and a Bridge to Buenos Aires
  • Dress Straps for Puig
  • Flows in the Fjord. Baroque and the Body in Osvaldo Lamborghini
  • On Alambres
  • Anthropology of Ecstasy
  • Urban Poetics
  • Poetry and Ecstasy
  • The Religion of Ayahuasca
  • The Argentine Falklands
  • All Power to Lady Di
  • Island Illusions
  • Island Desires
  • Eva Perón
  • Evita Lives
  • The Corpse
  • Macabre Gems
  • The Corpse of the Nation
  • Miscellaneous
  • Acronyms
  • Credit for Tancredo
  • Lake Nahuel
  • Blue
  • Corpses
  • Appendix
  • The Gay Struggle in Argentina
  • Biographic Timeline
  • Notes
  • Index

About the Author

Néstor Perlongher (1949–92) was an Argentine Brazilian poet, anthropologist and activist, as well as a professor at the University of Campinas, São Paulo.

Reviews

‘Irreverent and tender in equal measure, these essays carry the energy of radical queer poetics into the streets where social bodies and capitalist impulses collide in the shadow of fascism. Brimming with perverse splendour and neo-baroque viscosities, Perlongher’s classic text has much to teach contemporary movements about the role of queer aesthetics, imaginative sexual politics, and the dynamism of language as a revolutionary force.’
Juana María Rodríguez, author of Sexual Futures, Queer Gestures, and Other Latina Longings

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