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Critique and Review Meeting

Hello Everyone,

Please join us at Perkins, in West Loveland. We will review each other's work and offer critiques and advice accordingly. Please bring a copy of your piece for each person who RSVPs "YES". If you have a longer piece please let me know and I will e-mail or post your document for people to read before hand.

To ensure we have enough time for everyone who has new writing, we will begin the meeting promptly at 6:30 p.m. However, if you are late, don't worry about it we're still glad to have you. The meeting will end around 9:00 p.m.

Some of us will arrive at 6:00 to get drinks and chat. Please, feel free to join us.

Hope to see you there.


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  • Joel B.

    FYI to all, preliminary Google "research" is indicating that the word "gay" began to take on it's double meanings as early as the 1800's and began to mean homosexual, esp. in homosexual circles, in the 1920's. Per one article: "By 1955, the word gay now officially acquired the new added definition of meaning homosexual males."

    I don't know exactly what the author meant by "officially", but if that is so, I don't think it's too much of a stretch to have S-A (who is more cosmopolitan than he lets on) know it in 1953. "Queer," on the other hand, may not have described homosexuality until the 1960's. It was interesting to find this out, as I'd never known. Given that the term retained it's dual meaning well into our parent's generation, I may throw some added emphasis and have him state, "...some kind of a perverse gay thing?"

    June 6, 2013

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