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Date of Award
Masters Thesis (Campus-Only Access)
Department or Program Affiliation
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Guess, Carol, 1968-
Anderson, Katherine J.
In this work of creative nonfiction, I write about the events of my childhood and early teenage years as a queer person in rural North Idaho, where, as I learned more about my identity, I also learned about the cultural constructs of gender and sexuality that controlled my existence.
creative nonfiction, queer, LGBTQ+
Western Washington University
Subject – LCSH
Sexual minorities--Identity; Rural sexual minorities--Idaho; Creative nonfiction
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Lawler, Keegan, "Fairyboy: A Memoir" (2021). WWU Graduate School Collection. 1023.
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