Browsing: Just Before Dawn

November-December 2013

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Britten’s reputation today feels internationally secure, though both biographies sketch the extraordinary obstacles he faced

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ON JUNE 4, 2013 the National Parks Service officially designated the Cherry Grove Community House and Theatre on Fire Island, New York, for listing on its National Register of Historic Places.

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From the Emmy-winning creators of Weeds, Orange Is the New Black has been described as The L Word meets Oz

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The Friedkin Connection is a classic Hollywood autobiography, full of tough-talking, up-by-your-bootstraps salty chatter.

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In The Rebellion of Miss Lucy Ann Lobdell, William Klaber comes clean in an afterword and tells you how he’s fashioned a narrative based on scant historical records.

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David Richards engages the tension between imperialism and gay rights and offers an intriguing thesis: the emergence of gay rights in England

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SCOTT TERRY’S Cowboys, Armageddon, and the Truth provides ample testimony to the resiliency of the human spirit.

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IN 1991, Fringe Benefits Theater Company co-founder and artistic director Norma Bowles began collaborating with homeless queer youth in Los Angeles

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TWO recently published short story collections—one written by an African-American professor, the other by a Puerto Rican author—provide unique perspectives into the lives of queer minorities in the United States.

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