"Clark's work is original in that he has inserted himself precisely as a gay scholar in the midst of an ongoing conversation far larger than that of the gay worldincluding ecofeminism, Judaism, and Native Americanand shows especially how queer theory and ecofeminism can illuminate each other."
Richard L. Smith, author of AIDS, Gays and the American Catholic Church (The Pilgrim Press)
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About the Author
J. Michael Clark is a theologian who teaches writing at Emory University and Georgia State University. He is the author of Beyond Our Ghettos: Gay Theology in Ecological Perspective [The Pilgrim Press, 1993).