THE L WORD captured international attention when it first appeared on American screens in January 2004._x000D_The groundbreaking primetime drama from_x000D_Showtime is about a group of lesbian and bisexual_x000D_friends living and loving in Los Angeles, and_x000D_challenges traditional notions of relationships, queer_x000D_life styles, gender identities, race and ethnicity and_x000D_sex and sexuality._x000D_READING THE L WORD is the first book about this_x000D_television phenomenom. With an introduction by_x000D_Sarah Warn, the founder of premier lesbian_x000D_entertainment website, AfterEllen.com, and a_x000D_foreword by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, the collection_x000D_brings together leading academics, feminist critics,_x000D_scholars and award-winning journalists to discuss_x000D_THE L WORD. There is also a complete episode_x000D_guide as well as a series of interviews with the actors_x000D_Erin Daniels, Katherine Moennig, and the writer_x000D_Guinevere Turner. Analytical, often humorous and_x000D_sometimes provocative, READING THE L WORD_x000D_uncovers what makes this show both so compelling_x000D_and groundbreaking.
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