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By Eric Trump
The New Zealand playwright Robert Lord kept eight diaries throughout much of this time, from 1974 to 1991, shortly before his death from an AIDS-related illness in 1992.

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By Richard D. Mohr
In what turned out to be a rollicking interview on the podcast Wrote about my new book, The Splendid Disarray of Beauty, I spoke about two of the most interesting and admirable gay men most people have probably never heard of until now: George Dennison (1873-1966) and Frank Ingerson (1879-1968)…

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By Phil Gambone
Deftly-plotted, Countries of Origin is an impressive debut novel. It features a varied, and sharply-drawn, cast of characters. Fuentes’ prose is genial and engaging.

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Few periods in French history are as glittering and vibrant as the Belle Époque, the prosperous decades of peace between France’s ignominious defeat in the Franco-Prussian War (1871) and…More