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Antonia Crane

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Author, teacher, performer, cat tamer.
I love to read sad shit that twists my gut and I also love beautiful joyful stories that highlight triumph of the human spirit.

Average rating: 4.09 · 464 ratings · 106 reviews · 5 distinct works · Similar authors
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Charlotte Shane's epistolary memoir about her internal journey as a high paid escort made me curious about the fact I never got to be a boy crazy sex worker. Touch and access to my skin was an annoying necessity on the way to financial freedom, but C ...more
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I thought I only dated crazy, but my friendships have historically been more idiosyncratic and rocky than my carnal loves. Reading Paul Lisicky's sorrowful and poised "The Narrow Door" made me feel less alone in this nutty little friend dance. His co ...more
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What is the psychic burden of loving a monster? What if the monster is your father, brother, son?
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“Hating L.A. was in my Northern California DNA. We even had a burl plaque that hung on our living room wall that read, “We Don’t Give a Damn How it’s Done in L.A.”
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“The feminism I desired called for a remapping of all of my relationships, the disruption of all officially charted maps. It called into question the possibility of love and lit the match of my lesbian body.”
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Nadia Bruce Scars Hi Antonia - I hope I'm not bugging you but would love you to read my book SCARS that I sent you awhile ago...hope all is well. xo Nadia


Bradley Thank you for adding me as a friend. =)

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