Browsing: Milestones

January-February 2018

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Author Questions Basis for Review To the Editor: I was disappointed in your review [Nov.-Dec. ’17] of my novel Our Time: San Francisco in the 70s. Your reviewer found my resume…More

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ONE OF THE PIVOTAL FIGURES in the Gay Liberation Movement, Charley Shively died on Friday, October 6th, at the Cambridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He…More

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Three Photos in No Need of a Punchline They pretty much speak for themselves. They come from around the world, and all three involve matters of questionable taste as…More

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IT’S QUITE POSSIBLE that only a few readers of this magazine will know who Charles Henri Ford was. Yet here we have a lengthy and heavily annotated book from Bloomsbury Press about his work—or, rather, about certain aspects of his work.

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The Songs We Know Best: John Ashbery’s Early Life by Karin Roffman Farrar, Straus and Giroux 336 pages, $30. WHEN JOHN ASHBERY died at ninety in September, some lamented…More

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IT HAS BEEN three decades since Andy Warhol died at New York Hospital (on February 22, 1987) of complications from gall bladder surgery. In 2017, over a dozen books about Warhol or his art, ranging from the frivolous to the academic, were published. After Andy and 3D Warhol can be found at either end of that spectrum.

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Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by Stephen Bourne B. Tauris. 236 pages, $27.50 OVER A QUARTER CENTURY ago, Allan…More

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Studio 54 by Ian Schrager Rizzoli International Publications 396 pages, $75. THE MOST striking feature of Studio 54 is its heft: Amazon lists the shipping weight as…More

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Maupin’s latest book, the memoir Logical Family, is his first book of nonfiction, yet he brings to it the unique storytelling gifts that have animated his fiction, and he more than delivers on the “tap dancing” that will win his readers’ attention and engagement.

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