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The early work of a profoundly influential dance and cultural critic available now in an expanded edition. Originally published in 1971, MARMALADE ME achieved cult status as Jill Johnston's critical reputation grew. Reissued here with 18 previously uncollected articles, the book provides a fascinating view of the '60s and of one of the art world's most influential voices. ...more
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some parts of this book deserve five stars, but altogether some of the essays were pretty unimpressive. worth the read for the good parts, and definitely an interesting look into the socio-historical aspects of the 60s, reads more as a diary than art critiques, though this is purposeful i'm sure. ...more
American feminist author and cultural critic who wrote Lesbian Nation in 1973 and was a longtime writer for The Village Voice. She was also a leader of the lesbian separatist movement of the 1970s. Johnston also wrote under the pen name F. J. Crowe.