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by Marty Crisp

Author: Marty Crisp
Language: English
Publisher: Montlake Romance (December 1, 1993)
Pages: 182 pages
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Rating: 4.2
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At Your Own Risk book. Marty Crisp lives in Ephrata, Pennsylvania a town about forty miles west of Harrisburg in Lancaster County where she writes as a correspondent for Lancaster Newspapers.

At Your Own Risk book. She is married, has four grown children and is very fond of dogs, a primary subject in much of her writing. As a writer primarily for children, she has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Maxwell Medallion awarded b Marty Crisp lives in Ephrata, Pennsylvania a town about forty miles west of Harrisburg in Lancaster County where she writes as a correspondent for Lancaster Newspapers.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780803489813.

1993) A novel by Marty Crisp

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In At Your Own Risk, Derek Jarman weaves poetry, prose, photographs and newspaper extracts into a rich . Defiant and furious, he not only celebrates his own sexuality but skewers wider society for its brazen homophobia

In At Your Own Risk, Derek Jarman weaves poetry, prose, photographs and newspaper extracts into a rich tapestry of gay experience in the UK. The buttoned-up repression of the fifties and sixties makes way for liberation and free love in the seventies, only to be chased by the terror and pain of HIV/AIDS. Defiant and furious, he not only celebrates his own sexuality but skewers wider society for its brazen homophobia. Reissued here 25 years after Jarman’s death, with an introduction by Straight Jacket author Matthew Todd, At Your Own Risk remains a singular work.

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