Author

Rita Mae Brown

Novelist, poet, screenwriter, activist

1944   -  

movement: lesbian feminism
genre: poetry, mystery fiction, novel, screenplay
country of citizenship: United States of America
native language: English
language of expression: English
educated at: New York University, University of Florida, School of Visual Arts
occupation: screenwriter, poet, polo player, novelist, autobiographer, writer, LGBTIQ+ rights activist, prosaist, playwright
www.ritamaebrownbooks.com

Rita Mae Brown (born November 28, 1944) is an American feminist writer, best known for her coming-of-age autobiographical novel, Rubyfruit Jungle. Brown was active in a number of civil rights campaigns, but tended to feud with their leaders over the marginalising of lesbians within the feminist groups. Brown received the Pioneer Award for lifetime achievement at the Lambda Literary Awards in 2015.
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Works

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Rubyfruit Jungle

1973 novel

author: Rita Mae Brown

1973

Six of One

1978 novel by Rita Mae Brown

author: Rita Mae Brown

1978

Bingo

1988 novel by Rita Mae Brown

author: Rita Mae Brown

1988

Loose Lips

1999 novel by Rita Mae Brown

author: Rita Mae Brown

1999

Venus Envy

1993 novel by Rita Mae Brown

author: Rita Mae Brown

1993

Southern Discomfort

1982 novel by Rita Mae Brown

author: Rita Mae Brown

1982

Venus Envy

author: Rita Mae Brown

Bingo

author: Rita Mae Brown

Catch as cat can

author: Rita Mae Brown, Sneaky Pie Brown

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