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Rosemary Curb to
Speak in Greensboro
Rosemary Curb, author of the new book
Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence will be
in Greensboro for the weekend of May 3—5.
She will make several speaking and book
Curb will present an informal talk at
the monthly meeting of the Gay Academic
Union on May 3 at 8 p.m. at 3010 Monetrey
Street. Admission for non-GAU members is
$2. A variety of books, including Lesbian
Nuns, will be on sale.
On Saturday, May 4, Curb will be sign
ing books at White Rabbit Books, 1833
Spring Garden Street, from 1—3 p.m.
That evening she will speak about her
book in the Business and Economics Build
ing Auditorium on the campus of UNC-G.
Admission is free and open to the public.
Prior to Curb’s talk, a variety of books
on homosexuality, religion, and feminist
spirituality will be available for sale.
Curb's book, Lesbian Nuns, is a compil
ation of interviews collected from hund
reds of nuns across the country. It is a
probing Insightful study dealing with a
little-known slice of American culture:
the women in the holy orders.
Rosemary Curb received her Ph.D. in
English in 1977 from the University of
Arkansas. She has taught in various
colleges and schools in New York, Mis
souri, Arkansas, Nebraska, and Wisconsin.
She has participated in numerous confer
ences on a wide range of subjects from
theatre to homosexuality.
Lesbian Nuns is published by Naiad
Press of Tallahassee, Florida, a publisher
of lesbian and feminist titles. This
latest addition to their booklist looks to
be an all-time best-seller.
Curb is making appearances on talk
shows and in bookstores across the
country. For a sneak preview of her
lecture in Greensboro, watch her on the
"Donahue Show" on April 18.
For more information on Curb's visit to
Greensboro, call 919-272-7604.
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