Browsing: The Future of 'Gay'

January-February 2016

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What Belongs to You by Garth Greenwell Farrar, Straus and Giroux 208 pages, $23. GARTH GREENWELL is a poet and beginning novelist whose critically acclaimed novella Mitko came…More

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THE FIRST exhibition ever to consider Andy Warhol and Robert Mapplethorpe together—their careers overlapped from the late 1960s to the late ’80s—this show is filled with both lovely surprises and a few letdowns.

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Alice in Bed: A Novel by Judith Hooper Counterpoint Press 322 pages, $25. ALICE JAMES, the youngest sibling in an eccentric but brilliant family, was as an adult…More

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Love’s Refraction: Jealousy and Compersion in Queer Women’s Polyamorous Relationships by Jillian Deri University of Toronto Press. 168 pages, $21.95 JILLIAN DERI introduces this book by explaining that “for…More

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Those People Directed by Joey Kuhn Little Big Horn Films INDIE FILMS work as a rule because they probe a single theme: a slice of one person’s life;…More

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Behind the Mask: The Life of Vita Sackville-West by Matthew Dennison St. Martin’s Press. 384 pages, $29.99 VITA SACKVILLE-WEST rode the dragons of her life, as Matthew Dennison remarks…More

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The most startling revelation in On the Moveis that Oliver Sacks was gay. … Nothing about this burly, bearded man, who appeared shy and reserved, hinted at his sexuality.

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IN HIS NEW HISTORY of the gymnasium, Eric Chaline writes that one reason people go to gyms as adults is that they enjoyed physical activity when they were young, though I’ve always suspected that for gay male gym-goers the reverse is often the case.

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Selected Letters has assembled a finely textured account of this beloved, productive writer who stayed connected with everyone but kept his own counsel and, in the face of daunting obstacles, endured.

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