Barrie Jean Borich

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Barrie Jean Borich
Occupation memoirist, academic
Nationality American
Period 1990s-present
Notable works My Lesbian Husband: Landscapes of a Marriage, Body Geographic
Spouse Linnea Stenson[1]

Barrie Jean Borich is an American writer. She is best known for her memoirs My Lesbian Husband: Landscapes of a Marriage,[2] which won a Stonewall Book Award in 2000 and was a shortlisted Lambda Literary Award nominee for Lesbian Biography at the 12th Lambda Literary Awards, and Body Geographic,[2] which won the Lambda for Lesbian Biography/Memoir at the 26th Lambda Literary Awards.[3]

Originally from Chicago, Illinois,[1] she spent much of her adult life living in Minneapolis, Minnesota until returning to Chicago in 2012 to teach creative writing at DePaul University.[1]



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