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The Woman Who Loved Airports: Stories and Narratives

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The fall of the Berlin Wall becomes a backdrop for an international lesbian love triangle as a woman encounters a fag hag, a medieval queen, and a seventeenth-century voyageur in an airport lounge.
Paperback, 148 pages
Published April 28th 1994 by Press Gang Publishers (first published 1994)
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Chinook
This book made me feel a sense of homesickness - it wasn't just the Canadian references (Street Legal! Preston Manning! Toronto and Vancouver street names!), but also a kind of person I once thought I would likely be. I enjoyed that sense of seeing parts of me represented in print in a way I haven't seen in real life lately.
Melanie
Horrible book with a serious lack of plot. First book in years that has been so bad that I couldn't finish reading it.
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