Browsing: Weird Psychology

July – August, 2007

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Dying City by Christopher Shinn Produced by Lincoln Center Theater ATTENDING A PERFORMANCE of this new drama by Christopher Shinn is something like watching a traffic accident in…More

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ROBERT MCALMON. The name may seem familiar, but probably as an adjunct to some other writer. Born in 1895, as a teen he may have been in love with Gore Vidal’s father, as Vidal infers from McAlmon’s later novel Village. In 1921, although gay or bisexual himself, he accepted a marriage proposal from H.D.’s lover Bryher, an arrangement that got her family off her back and got him a solid income. I

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Born on January 27, 1965, in Perthshire, Scotland, to Mary and Alex Cumming, Alan studied acting from a young age. He was married to Hilary Lyon from 1985 to 1993. In 2004 he met Grant Shaffer and, after a two-year romance, was married to Shaffer in a civil ceremony in early 2007 at the Old royal Navel College in Greenwich, England.

This exclusive interview was conducted in person this past April.

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… Victoria Brownworth’s latest collection of fiction. Each one can be read as an exquisite eulogy for those who don’t survive the disasters of our time-unless they become vampires or succubi. …

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IN 1938, Daphne du Maurier’s melodramatic novel, Rebecca, became an international bestseller, and Hollywood producer David O. Selznick acquired the film rights for $50,000. Also in 1938, Alfred Hitchcock, then a noted director of British-made suspense movies, signed a contract with Selznick and was soon named to direct the screen adaptation of the novel. Thus began the making of Rebecca (1940) …

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Bohemian Los Angeles and the Making of Modern Politics by Daniel Hurewitz University of California Press. 377 pages, $29.95 FOR ANGELENOS in the know, Hollywood is nothing more…More

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… She’s Not the Man I Married is both heartbreaking and, alas, rather tedious. On the one hand, it’s obvious that Boyd doesn’t want her husband to take the next step, but she loves him deeply and wonders if she can support him enough if he decides to become a “full-time woman.” …

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Short reviews of Call Me By Your Name, The Mosaic Virus, Men Who Love Men, What Becomes You, Boston Boys Club, and Gay Travels in the Muslim World.

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