Archived Works

This collection of writings by and about Tangren Alexander spans a range of publications from juried academic journals like Hypatia and Teaching Philosophy to independently-produced writing from/for the counterculture that was the Women’s Movement, in particular the lesbian-feminist culture that produced writing, music and art in the days before the internet.

 

Anthologies

How Lesbian Music Changed My Life and Lesbian Art Sustained It

How lesbian music changed my life and lesbian art sustained it.

Pub: Lesbians and Music, Drama, and Art.  Fran Day.  2005.  Sinister Wisdom.  Berkeley, CA.

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Tangren Pearl Time’sChild

Another life of Tangren Pearl Time’sChild.

Pub: Other Lives.  Tee Corinne.  1983.

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Who’s Who’s in the Cosmos

Tangren’s visualization on the concept of “having lived other lives.”

Pub: Other Lives.  Tee Corinne.  1983.

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Writing as Pearl Time’schild

Alexa

A bitter-sweet ending to an affair.

Pub:  The Body of Love.  Tee Corinne.  1993.  Edward-William Publishing Company.  Austin, TX.

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The Box

An erotic meditation on lesbian separatism and marijuana.

Pub: A Woman’s Touch.  Cedar and Nelly.  1979.  Womanshare Books.  Eugene, OR.

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Readings from the Southern Oregon Women Writer’s Group

The Day of Tee’s Dying

Tee Corinne chooses the day and time of her dying and carries it out surrounded by the love of her women’s community.

A reading by the Southern Oregon Women Writers’ Group at the University of Oregon Knight Library, December 9, 2008, as part of Woman Love: The Life, Art, and Legacy of Tee Corinne, a conference/celebration and an exhibit at the Knight Library.  Compiled by Helen Laurence.

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Kristina, So Far

 

Pub: Writers’ Group in Eugene.  April 29, 1990.  Tee Corinne.

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Tribute to Mariah Hegarty

 

My dear friend the poet, editor and Writers’ Group member Mariah Hegarty had died that year.

Pub: A Celebration of Women’s Words.  2016.  Ed: Helen Laurence.

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Biography, History and Mentions

About

About Pearl Time’sChild.

Pub: A Woman’s Touch.  Cedar and Nelly.  1979.  Womanshare Books.  Eugene, OR.

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