Day One: Welcome to the Dinner Party!
Day Two: Reading Three Guineas
Day Three: Reading Ourselves
Day Four: Instituting Criticism
Day Five: Against Personal Testimony
Day Six: "It's Hard to See the Forest When You're a Tree"
Expanding the Frontiers of the Politics of Reading
Day Eight: "That Other Limitless Country," "The Dark Continent,"
Day Nine: Refusing to Remain Figurative
Day Ten: Homesick with Nowhere to Go
Day Eleven: Reconstructing Consciousness
Day Twelve: A Visit with Susan Stryker
Day Thirteen: Naming the Silence
Day Fourteen: "The strange ambiguity of existence made body"
Day Fifteen: Is Gender Burning?
Day Sixteen: Is a Canon a Cannon?
Day Seventeen: Reimagining Disability
Day Eighteen: Continuing Our Discussion of Disability
Day Nineteen: Reading Kindred
Day Twenty: Tasting The Book of Salt
Day Twenty-One: Licking The Book of Salt
Day Twenty-Two: The Lesbian Poet--To Conform or Not To?
Day Twenty-Three: Lesbian-Feminist Readings of Poetry and Life
Day Twenty-Four: Feminist Drama--"The Heidi Chronicles"
Day Twenty-Five: Feminist Drama, continued: "How I Learned to Drive"
Day Twenty-Six: Feminists Performing
Day Twenty-Seven: Performances Continue
Narrative is determined not by a desire to narrate but by a desire to exchange. (Roland Barthes, S/Z)