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A “bouncy, tongue-in-cheek” (Kirkus) satire on gender politics, Call Me Ishtar is the outrageous manifesto of a Goddess determined to right the wrongs of the 3000 year-old patriarchy.She is Ishtar: Mother Goddess, Queen of Heaven, Angel of Death, and ****** of Babylon, and, returning to earth in this most recent incarnation, suburban housewife and sexual subversive. Gallivanting through upstate New York, Ishtar breaks into a Hostess factory to taint its products, catapults a rock band to stardom via satanic rituals, and rises from the coffin at her own funeral.
Number of Pages: 203
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Publisher: Overlook Pr
Author: Rhoda Lerman
Street Date: May 23, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-46-3367
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