Larker Anthology is creating Bisexual Culture & History
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Bisexual people are told that we have no culture, that we have one foot in the straight world and another in the gay world. The thing is, we non-monosexual people have our feet firmly, very firmly, planted in the queer world. Larker began as a visual investigation of the nuances and practices of bisexual codes and modes of presenting, and continues celebrating the rich visual heritage and nonconformist culture of non-monosexual desire. My goal is to print as many copies as I can afford to, and donate them to queer libraries and archives, to assert a bisexual presence in spaces (queer studies!) that typically do not focus and/or promote bisexual content. I have already began doing this, but highly costly to do it on my own. I've donated issues to NYU Fales Downtown Collection and the International Center of Photography. It's time to move forward and submit to other collections/queer oriented spaces.
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Bisexual people are told that we have no culture, that we have one foot in the straight world and another in the gay world. The thing is, we non-monosexual people have our feet firmly, very firmly, planted in the queer world. Larker began as a visual investigation of the nuances and practices of bisexual codes and modes of presenting, and continues celebrating the rich visual heritage and nonconformist culture of non-monosexual desire. My goal is to print as many copies as I can afford to, and donate them to queer libraries and archives, to assert a bisexual presence in spaces (queer studies!) that typically do not focus and/or promote bisexual content. I have already began doing this, but highly costly to do it on my own. I've donated issues to NYU Fales Downtown Collection and the International Center of Photography. It's time to move forward and submit to other collections/queer oriented spaces.

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Thank you for supporting this independent publishing venture! Will tweet a thank you note on Twitter (please send Twitter handle, otherwise: "Anonymous")
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Name added to "Supporters" page on Larker website + a thank you tweet (please send Twitter handle).
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Name added to "Supporters" page on Larker website + a thank you tweet (please send Twitter handle) + one print issue of your choice
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Name added to "Supporters" page on Larker website + a thank you tweet (please send Twitter handle) + one PERSONALISED print issue of your choice, with your name on the inside cover, clearly marked as a supporter.