Table of contents for Our Caribbean : a gathering of lesbian and gay writing from the Antilles / edited and with an introduction by Thomas Glave.

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Introduction: Desire through the Archipelago
Thomas Glave
Jos¿ Alc¿ntara Alm¿nzar, Dominican Republic
Lul¿ or the Metamorphosis (1995)
Aldo Alvarez, Puerto Rico
Property Values (2001)
Reinaldo Arenas, Cuba
Eroticism (1992)
Rane Arroyo, Puerto Rico/U.S.
Three Poems:
Saturday Night in San Juan with the Right Sailors (2004)
Almost a Revolution for Two in Bed (2004)
Tropical Fever (2003)
Jes¿s J. Barquet, Cuba
Three Poems:
Transactions (2001)
San Francisco; New Orleans (2001)
The Image Saves (1994)
Marilyn Bobes, Cuba
Somebody Has to Cry (1998)
Dionne Brand, Trinidad
Elizete, Beckoned (1996)
Timothy S. Chin, Jamaica
"Bullers" and "Battymen": Contesting Homophobia in Black Popular Culture and 
Contemporary Caribbean Literature (1997)
Michelle Cliff, Jamaica
Ecce Homo (2002)
Wesley E. A. Crichlow, Trinidad
History, (Re)Memory, Testimony, and Biomythography: Charting a Buller Man's 
Trinidadian Past (2004)
Mabel Cuesta, Cuba
Other Islanders on Lesbos: A Retrospective Look at the History of Lesbians in Cuba 
Ochy Curiel, Dominican Republic
Autonomy in Lesbian-Feminist Politics (2004)
Faizal Deen, Guyana/Trinidad
Three Poems:
Young Faggot (2003)
The Magical Real (2003)
Surrender (2003)
Pedro de Jes¿s, Cuba
The Portrait (1998)
R. Erica Doyle, Trinidad/U.S.
Tante Merle (1999)
Thomas Glave, Jamaica/U.S.
Whose Caribbean? An Allegory, in Part (2005)
Rosamond S. King, Trinidad
More Notes on the Invisibility of Caribbean Lesbians (2005)
Helen Klonaris, Bahamas
Independence Day Letter (2004)
Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes, Puerto Rico
De un p¿jaro las dos alas: Travel Notes of a Queer Puerto Rican in Havana (2002)
Audre Lorde, Grenada/Barbados/U.S.
Of Generators and Survival: Hugo Letter (1990)
From Zami: A New Spelling of My Name (1982)
Shani Mootoo, Trinidad/Ireland
Out on Main Street (1993)
Anton Nimblett, Trinidad
Time and Tide (2002)
Achy Obejas, Cuba
We Came All the Way from Cuba So You Could Dress Like This? (1994)
Leonardo Padura Fuentes, Cuba
The Hunter (1999)
Virgilio Pi¿era, Cuba
The Face (1956)
Patricia Powell, Jamaica
Dale and Ian (1994)
Kevin Everod Quashie, St. Kitts
Genesis (2003)
Juanita Ramos, Puerto Rico
Bayam¿n, Brooklyn y yo (1987)
Colin Robinson, Trinidad
The Mechanic (1998)
Assotto Saint, Haiti
Haiti: A Memory Journey (1996)
Andrew Salkey, Jamaica/Panama
Johnnie, London, 1960 (1960)
Lawrence Scott, Trinidad
I Want to Follow My Friend (1994)
Makeda Silvera, Jamaica
Man Royals and Sodomites: Some Thoughts on the Invisibility of Afro-Caribbean 
Lesbians (1992)
H. Nigel Thomas, St. Vincent
Jerome (1993)
Rinaldo Walcott, Barbados/Canada
Fragments of Toronto's Black Queer Community: From a Life Still Being Lived (2005)
Gloria Wekker, Suriname
Mati-ism and Black Lesbianism: Two Idealtypical Expressions of Female Homosexuality 
in Black Communities of the Diaspora (1996)
Lawson Williams, Jamaica
On Homophobia and Gay Rights Activism in Jamaica (2000)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Caribbean literature -- 20th century -- Translations into English.
Caribbean literature -- 21st century -- Translations into English.
Caribbean literature (English) -- 20th century.
Caribbean literature (English) -- 21st century.
Gays' writings, Caribbean.
Homosexuality -- Caribbean Area.