THE L WORD captured international attention when it first appeared on American screens in January 2004. The groundbreaking primetime drama fromShowtime is about a group of lesbian and bisexualfriends living and loving in Los Angeles, andchallenges traditional notions of relationships, queerlife styles, gender identities, race and ethnicity andsex and sexuality. READING THE L WORD is the first book about thistelevision phenomenom. With an introduction bySarah Warn, the founder of premier lesbianentertainment website, AfterEllen.com, and aforeword by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, the collectionbrings together leading academics, feminist critics,scholars and award-winning journalists to discussTHE L WORD. There is also a complete episodeguide as well as a series of interviews with the actorsErin Daniels, Katherine Moennig, and the writerGuinevere Turner. Analytical, often humorous andsometimes provocative, READING THE L WORDuncovers what makes this show both so compellingand groundbreaking.
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