Browsing: Campiana

March-April 2014

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By all means check out The Wilde Passions of Dorian Gray, especially if you’ve already read the original novel, or use it as an excuse to read The Picture of Dorian Gray if you haven’t.

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As Consciousness Is Harnessed to Flesh: Journals and Notebooks, 1964-1980 by Susan Sontag
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The content of this essay was first presented at the Camp/Anti-Camp Conference at the Hau Theater in Berlin in March 2012, curated by Susanne Sachsse and Marc Siegel. The…More

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Sweatin’ with Cong. Schock  When Barney Frank came out as gay in his forties, he was relieved to discover that his constituents really didn’t care about the sex life…More

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Update: Cherry Grove Theater Lives! To the Editor: My essay “America’s First Gay Town” introduced a historic Cherry Grove, New York, to your readers in the Nov.-Dec. issue.…More

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The Diving Board by Elton John Capitol/Mercury Records THOMAS WOLFE was right: you can’t go home again. That’s the sad-but-true wisdom at the heart of “Home Again,” the…More

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Reviews of Celibacies: American Modernism and Sexual Life, Growing Up Golem, With: New Gay Fiction, and Fault Tree.

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A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Catwalk Exhibition: The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) Curated by Fred Dennis and Valerie Steele A Queer History…More

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THIS ENGAGING STUDY investigates the many associations that have been drawn, in both literary works and historical events, between gay men, Jews, and communists as potential traitors and spies.

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IN HER LIFE, Liza Monroy confides in The Marriage Act, there have been three important men: her father, her boyfriend Julian, and her best friend Emir.

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