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Movie Review By Richard Schneider
Filmed in Provincetown, High Tide evoked cries of recognition from the PIFF audience, which was primed to love this boy-meets-boy, boy-loses-boy romance.

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By David Masello
In Stephen McCauley’s eighth novel, You Only Call When You’re in Trouble, the main figure, Tom, is a suddenly-single gay architect living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who specializes in designing “tiny houses” for high-end clients.

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By Kawika Guillermo
Punk poetics is a form of musically-infused writing shaped by queer and trans authors like Patti Smith, Kathy Acker, Kai Cheng Thom. Like punk rock, punk poetics can crowd-surf us along the rhythmic tug of words, only to drop us into a circle pit and leave readers bruised and gasping for air.

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By Patricia Silva
On Selfhood: Young Lesbians assembles art works, ephemera, and oral histories from 36 marginalized urban lesbians, ages 18-25. Installed as a multidisciplinary exhibition grounded in personal collections and an interactive collage, On Selfhood.

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In 2017, Issues, a zine-in-residence ini­tiative started by Hello Mr., transported Colby Anderson and Yezmin Villarreal’s visions for a queer alternative publi­cation from an idea into a reality. BRUNCH CLUB, Colby Anderson’s pub­lication, exclusively highlights trans and queer people of color. Dyke Queen, Yezmin Villarreal’s project, is a magazine about QTPOC literature, style, and art.

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By Eric Trump
The New Zealand playwright Robert Lord kept eight diaries throughout much of this time, from 1974 to 1991, shortly before his death from an AIDS-related illness in 1992.

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By Brian Fehler
This spring, Ground Floor Theatre in Austin presented the world premiere of Always a Boy, by mother-son playwrights Jo and Jeremy Ivester. The play, which addresses the family dynamics of having a trans son, had its world premiere deep in the heart of Texas.

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By Sarah Drepaul
This is what distinguishes the festival from other queer art performances, at least in the U.S.: it is not afraid to understand and showcase queerness in all the ways it impacts us.

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