Bent Street 4.1—Love from a Distance shines a light on the role of technologies in shaping human intimacy within the broader frame of COVID-19 and lockdown.
Writers, academics, artists and poets reflect on the role that technologies, old and new, play in mediating human intimacy and shaping queer culture.
Bent Street 4.1 is edited by Jennifer Power, Henry von Doussa, and Timothy W. Jones. This issue is supported by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University and La Trobe University Transforming Human Societies and forms part of a range of explorations into the issue, including a webinar held in mid-July.
ISBN: (paperback) 978-0-6487469-3-5 | RRP AUS $26.95 | 192pp, colour
ISBN: (ebook) 978-0-6487469-4-2
Bent Street 4.1 is available from The Bookshop Darlinghurst, and can be ordered from the usual online book platforms. Bookshops and Libraries can order through Lightning Source. eBook to be published soon.
Find all articles below:
This Public Feeling – by Marcus O’Donnell
Intimacy and technologies: a pre-history
Out in the Outer Worlds – by Nessie Smith
A new online game featuring perhaps the very first openly asexual characters.
ISSN 2652-6581 (Online) | ISSN 2652-659X (Print)