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  • Paperback
  • 230 pages
  • Something to Declare
  • Gillian Kendall
  • English
  • 05 February 2018
  • 9780299233549

10 thoughts on “Something to Declare

  1. says:

    Some good stories, some better, some less interesting to me I skipped around rather than trying to read it straight through, which was fun My favorite story was the one about the young woman who went to the ashram in India I liked it so much that I copied out a paragraph that I felt applied to my own life, so I could keep it The one about the friends redecorating the motel was also amusing.The intro talks about what is lesbian fiction which was interesting in it s own right what DOES that mean I thought the question was unique until I picked up a short story col...

  2. says:

    I very much enjoyed the varied stories in this collection Some of them had little to do with physical travel and to do with the growth of the narrator There was one that talked about visits to independent bookstores Another detailing a trip to Vietnam that was really an attempt by the ...

  3. says:

    Had to return to library Enjoyed the story about India the description were so vivid.

  4. says:

    As the title says, this book is full of good writing, not great, and certainly not the best.

  5. says:

    Full Disclosure I have an essay in this collection Still, there are so many good stories included The very last one, about traveling through independent bookstores, is one of the best.

  6. says:

    The editor is a member of my writers group.

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Something to Declare Editor Gillian Kendall Has Brought Together In Something To Declare A Collection Of Impressionistic, Literary Travel Essays That Explore The Sense Of Place And The Pull Of Wanderlust, And Reveal What Happens When A Traveler Follows Her Heart On These Pages, Established And Emerging Lesbian Travel Writers Present Accounts Ranging From The Poetic And Internal To The Exhilarating And Life Altering Rather Than Reporting On Places To Stay, Local Fare, Or Politics, These Women Share Personal Stories Of Exploration And Adventure Lucy Jane Bledsoe And Her Partner Camp Out And Negotiate Their Way Through The Tierra Del Fuego In Fruits At The Border Lesl A Newman S Bashert Tells The Retrospective Journey Of A College Graduate Undergoing A Simultaneous Awakening Of Her Sexuality And Artistic Talent While Working On A Kibbutz In Israel Lori Soderlind S Hot Springs, Montana Describes Her Return With The Help Of A Native Woman To The Place In Montana Where Her Family Once Made Their Home Whether Set In Italian Changing Rooms, A Cadillac Hearse, An Ashram, A Medieval Labyrinth, A Wheelchair, Or A Kayak, And Whether Amid Japanese Typhoons, Caribbean Rain, Or Rare Irish Sunshine, Something To Declare Offers Stories Of Reflection, Challenge, And Growth.

About the Author: Gillian Kendall

Sandra Gail Lambert writes fiction, memoir, and essays that are influenced by the landscapes of Florida and the journey of her own body

Her writing can be found in the anthologies Something to Declare, Lavanderia, and First Person Queer

She lives in Gainesville, Florida, and for information link to her weblog at