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Bob Guter

Editor

BENT

Email: b***@***.com

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BENT

690 Guerrero #2

San Francisco, California,94110

United States

Company Description

Although BENT focuses on first-person cripgay writing, we welcome women, heterosexual, and non-disabled writers interested in addressing the subjects that concern us. BENT accepts autobiography and related first-person accounts, fiction, poetry, art, essays,...more

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John R. Killacky co-edited with BENT editor Bob Guter the anthology "Queer Crips: Disabled Gay Men and T heir Stories," finalist for a 2004 Lambda Literary Award.


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David J. O'Connor talks to BENT Editor Bob Guter
Bob: I agree. Bob: Discomfort can be stimulating, if you can get far enough past the initial bad feeling it induces. Bob: It felt to me that among the participants, despite enormous differences, there was, at least sometimes, a striving for consensus, some effort to understand shared goals. Bob: It was precisely that variation that prompted me to speculate a lot about the "Big Tent" metaphor we used to hear about so much in political discourse. Bob: I've perhaps not attached enough significance to that effort, which took enormous foresight and planning on the part of the organizers. Bob: Talk of agenda leads us to substantive content questions. Bob: Your analysis of the mixture is something I hadn't thought of, and a useful tool for evaluating the conference as a whole. Bob: I agree. Bob: These are questions that those of us with one particular disability, especially if it's a "mainstream" disability, are rarely prompted to ask. Bob: Yes, I was frustrated by what some of us began calling the "hijacked plenary.


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I hope that, in this column, which came about as a result of my meeting BENT's editor, Bob Guter when I was in San Francisco in June, I can share with you a little more of my queer perspective on the world and life.


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Bob Guter
(A Photo Essay Introduced by Bob Guter ) David J. O'Connor Talks to BENT Editor Bob Guter


Body Impolitic - Blog Archive - » National Museum of Art Essay - Laurie Toby Edison: Photographer

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As I've written, my photo of Bob Guter was chosen my the National Museum of Art in Osaka to represent my work in the 35th anniversary catalogue of their permanent collection, issued in 2012.
The man, Bob Guter, is the founder of the online magazine Bent, which targets handicapped gay men.


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