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(Re)Scripting the self: creative writing, effeminacy and the art of subjectivity

@inproceedings{Baker2017ReScriptingTS,
  title={(Re)Scripting the self: creative writing, effeminacy and the art of subjectivity},
  author={D. Baker},
  year={2017}
}
This paper describes how a practice-led research methodology used to produce a creative writing artefact, a script, had a transformative impact on a number of levels: on the artefact, on the writing practice itself and on my own self-knowledge, my gender identity or subjectivity. The creative writing artefact in question is a television miniseries script entitled The Tree. The script and this paper explore the notion of effeminacy as a liminal masculinity of considerable discursive potency that… Expand

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