Critical Writing Index

Nostalgic & Nervous: Even queers seem to prefer troubled childhood over scary future

by Jon Davies

Xtra!, Mar. 31, 2005, no. 533, p. 27

A summary of some of the more queer-friendly programming in the Fancy, Furry and Sticky and American Afterworld programs at the 2005 Images festival. Reviews include Me, Myself and I by Kelly Spivey, Cosmetic Emergency by Martha Colburn, Home Is Where You're Happy by Jeremy Dummond, April 1967 by Gary Kibbins, Britton, South Dakota, by Vanessa Renwick, Soothsayer by Bobby Abate, Anthology of American Folk Song by Steve Reinke, things we want to see by Rebecca Meyers, Water, Water by Nicky Hamlin, Harmaline by Michael Stecky, Nova by Peter Collis and Remains: A Preliminary Investigation by Laura Daroca

ITEM 2005.019 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Me, Myself and IKelly Spivey

Cosmetic EmergencyMartha Colburn

Home Is Where You're HappyJeremy Dummond

April 1967Gary Kibbins

Britton, South DakotaVanessa Renwick

SoothsayerBobby Abate

Anthology of American Folk SongSteve Reinke

things we want to seeRebecca Meyers

Water, WaterNicky Hamlin

HarmalineMichael Stecky

NovaPeter Collis

Remains: A Preliminary InvestigationLaura Daroca