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The Salon–interview Dorothy Allison Talks about working-class guilt…The film version of “Bastard out of Carolina” and Coming out–as a science -fiction fan. http://www.salon.com/books/int/1998/03/cov_si_31intb2.html Dorothy Allison weaves tales from the heart By Mary Ann Stover New York Blade To fully understand the depth and complexity of Cavedweller is to look at the threads of author Dorothy […]

“I WEAR MY SKIN as thinly as I have to, armor myself only as much as seems absolutely necessary. I try to live naked in the world, unashamed even under attack, unafraid even though I know how much there is to fear. What I have always feared is being what people have thought me–my stepfather’s […]