This Bed We Made (FOR IMMEDIATE DEMOLITION) [NOOK Book]

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This is the Author's Re-Issue of the underground best-selling 1961 paperback original that presaged the coming of "Hair" and "Oh, Calcutta!" to the off-Broadway scene and set the stage for the 'Woodstock' phenomenon. A Memoir of the 1960-74 period is currently being written by ArtemisSmith for release Fall 2011 and will be included in the print edition of this volume. The work is of special significance to the GLBT Community and forms part of Gay Studies History.
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This Bed We Made (FOR IMMEDIATE DEMOLITION)

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Overview

This is the Author's Re-Issue of the underground best-selling 1961 paperback original that presaged the coming of "Hair" and "Oh, Calcutta!" to the off-Broadway scene and set the stage for the 'Woodstock' phenomenon. A Memoir of the 1960-74 period is currently being written by ArtemisSmith for release Fall 2011 and will be included in the print edition of this volume. The work is of special significance to the GLBT Community and forms part of Gay Studies History.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012777751
  • Publisher: THE SAVANT GARDE INSTITUTE
  • Publication date: 7/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,140,155
  • File size: 113 KB

Meet the Author

ArtemisSmith was a key strategist and artistic figure in the formation of the GLBT and Rainbow Movements. Like Andy Warhol, and one of his contemporaries, she was a major contributor to the Greenwich Village off-Broadway scene of the 1960's. You can find her full bio at www.Morpurgo.org and her literary archives are at www.ArtemisSmith.com

ArtemisSmith's bid for a Nobel Prize in the interest of forwarding her FUTURESEX(Unisex/Unirace) social activism impacting the Rainbow Movement since the early 1950's, is the information science argument that "Whatever System Architecture, Soul is Gender Free."
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  • Posted August 9, 2011

    The 1961 Beat-book that inspired "Hair"

    No one has yet made a musical of this, but it's about time! This wild scene, ushering in the sex revolution of the 1960's, makes an entertaining read, as well as a nostalgic one.

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