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  Contributor Biography:  Meg Schoerke 
 
Meg Schoerke is Assistant Professor of English at San Francisco State University. She has published poetry and reviews in Triquarterly, American Scholar, and other journals.

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literature >> Bishop, Elizabeth

Widely acknowledged as one of the finest twentieth-century American poets, Elizabeth Bishop encoded a lesbian identity in her poems.

literature >> Crane, Hart

A successor to Walt Whitman, Hart Crane found spiritual transcendence in homoerotic desire.

   

 

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