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Across their poetry, scholarship, and fiction, Sarah Schulman and Prageeta Sharma take us through complex navigations of care and conflict -- how we form mutually supportive structures through grief and adversity; the vulnerabilities and fractures which surface within intimacy; the many shifting ways fear, need, pleasure, memory, and devotion shape us at every level of community and relation. Sarah Schulman's 20th book, LET THE RECORD SHOW: A Political History of ACT UP, NY 1987-1993 will be published by FSG in May. Prageeta Sharma's most recent book is Grief Sequence, published by Wave in 2019.
We encourage enthusiastic readers and listeners to engage more deeply with Sarah Schulman's and Prageeta Sharma's work by purchasing their books. Sarah Schulman's LET THE RECORD SHOW: A Political History of ACT UP, New York 1987-1993 is available for purchase at Bookshop. Prageeta Sharma's Grief Sequence can be purchased directly through the publisher at Wave, as can be Undergloom at FENCE.
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