Browsing: September-October 2018

September-October 2018

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The Boys in the Band A Play by Mart Crowley Directed by Joe Mantello IT WAS EITHER kismet or dumb luck that the original production of The Boys…More

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THIS YEAR I’ve reviewed half a dozen of the ten or so films that I saw in June at the Provincetown International Film Festival—not officially an LGBT filmfest, but hey, it’s P’town.…More

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The Gospel According to André Directed by Kate Novak Magnolia Pictures THIS YEAR promises a bumper crop of film documentaries. Already released are films on Grace Jones, Ruth…More

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Charlie Cinnamon: Legendary Press Agent Jewish Museum of Florida, Miami Beach June 19 to Sept. 16, 2018 IN THIS RETROSPECTIVE exhibition of the extraordinary career of Charlie…More

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UZODINMA IWEALA’S powerful, timely novel, Speak No Evil, tells two interrelated stories, told from each of the main characters’ point of view.

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AT FIRST GLANCE, a title like “Gay on God’s Campus” suggests the depressing old tale of gay people’s suffocation in Bible-fog. In fact, nothing about this book is depressing, and it serves as something of a light in the fog, focused as it is on how gay students and their supporters have succeeded in moving their colleges into, if not exactly the 21st century, at least a reasonably modern way of treating LGBT students.

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The Damned Don’t Cry, They Just Disappear: The Life and Works of Harry Hervey by Harlan Greene University of South Carolina Press. 184 pages. $29.99 IN 1993, John…More

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Camp Marmalade by Wayne Koestenbaum Nightboat Books. 409 pages, $18.95 Camp Marmalade sounds like a nice place to send gay boys for the summer, but since it…More

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As Lillian Faderman’s new biography, Harvey Milk: His Lives and Death, reveals, Milk was not the first openly gay politician elected to public office, or even the first politician of significance to be out about his sexuality.

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Forget the Sleepless Shores by Sonya Taaffe Lethe Press. $20. Sonya Taaffe is a classical scholar and a poet as well as a fiction writer, and her…More

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