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January – February, 2005

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Composing a World: Lou Harrison, Musical Wayfarer by Leta E. Miller & Fredric Lieberman University of Illinois Press 381 pages, $35 (paper) LOU HARRISON’S DEATH on February 2, 2003,…More

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In postwar Baltimore, where he was born in 1946 and went to Catholic school, John Waters was an unusual child. The Wizard of Oz may have been his favorite movie,…More

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Queer Beats: How the Beats Turned America On to Sex Edited by Regina Marler Cleis Press 209 pages, $16.95 (paper) THE GROUP of postwar American writers known as the…More

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THE ISSUE OF THE CLOSET comes and goes in gay life. After lying dormant for at least a decade, it had a brief revival this summer when two Washington…More

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Arts and Letters by Edmund White Cleis Press. 360 pages, $24.95 ARTS AND LETTERS is a collection of previously published articles, essays, and book reviews, some of which…More

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IN THE 2004 presidential election, sixty percent of the voters said that they supported same-sex marriage or civil unions and 37 percent opposed any form of legal recognition for…More

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Alexandria:  City of Memory by Michael Haag Yale University Press. 367 pages, $35. IT IS with considerable authority that Michael Haag offers his latest book, Alexandria: City of…More

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SOCIAL RESEARCH on GLBT people has begun to provide the kind of detailed knowledge base that’s been available for other minorities for many decades, so at last we can…More

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Alexander the Fabulous: The Man Who Brought the World to Its Knees by Michael Alvear Alyson Books. 200 pages, $14.95 (paper) FOR THE ONLY TIME in history the known…More

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