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The AIDS Generation

Posted on December 30, 2013 by in Positively Literary

The AIDS Generation: Stories of Survival and Resilience Oxford University Press by Perry N. Halkitis Reviewed by Larry Buhl Those who reached adulthood during WWII have been called the greatest generation. In developing his book, The AIDS Generation: Stories of Survival and Resilience, Perry Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH, calls young gay men who came of [...]

Second, You Are Really Nigerian

Posted on December 23, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Fiction by JoAnn Stevelos Second, You Are Really Nigerian Maya One morning I woke up to find myself spooning Lana Jackson’s granddaughter—the beautiful, righteous, god-love-you-all, famous gospel soul diva, Lana Jackson. Her name was Maya, and I loved her like I would die if I didn’t. I fell for her long stories but I have [...]

Ghosts

Posted on December 19, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Ghosts Greenwich Village 1989 This, a long time ago when the pox-scarred dead staggered like zombies, their eyes blackened with the purple of Kaposi’s sarcoma and their brows clotted with beads of night fever, through the bathhouse corridors of my dreams, was my youth. I woke up, crying and wondering why my dreams had to [...]

There Were These Men

Posted on December 10, 2013 by in Positively Literary

there were these men, they were kind, they were mean they were fine as threads, they were thick as rope. some danced, some sang some were doctors, some had cats some saw to the heart of things some took things to heart some loved the beauty of every thing some beatified everything in love. they [...]

Yesterdays and Tomorrows

Posted on December 6, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Yesterdays and Tomorrows by H.L. Sudler What have you learned from your life? What will you take with you when you die? Will it be all the lessons you’ve learned, all the pain you remember? Romances, milestones, regrets, eras?  I always return in my head to events that have hallmarked my life, steering it into [...]

Guy Anthony

Posted on November 26, 2013 by in Features, Positively Literary

The Power of the Positive Guy Anthony Wakes People Up by Angela Leroux-Lindsey ‘Dear Little Guy: Being different won’t be such a bad thing in the future. The smile you’ve hidden your entire life will inspire others, so smile long and smile hard.’ This is Guy Anthony, author and advocate, addressing his younger self. He’s [...]

Clay

Posted on October 25, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Clay Poems by David Groff Trio House Press Reviewed by Chuck Willman When I received this book in the mail I began by reading the three “praise” paragraphs on the back cover. Before even opening the book, I knew I was in for something pretty amazing, but I didn’t realize how powerful each poem would [...]

The Dream Team

Posted on October 23, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Fiction by Evelyn Deshane The Dream Team Magic Johnson changed everything. He was that new rookie kid who took everyone by storm, and then made it onto the Dream Team for the Olympics, completely living up to his name. Though Darius and I were too young to remember when it all happened, we found the [...]

Grand Central Noir

Posted on October 15, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Grand Central Noir An Interview with Terrence P. McCauley by Chael Needle The constellations on the ceiling of Grand Central Terminal form a proscenium arch over the star-crossed characters in a new anthology devoted to noir. Grand Central Noir (Metropolitan Crime) is a collection of fifteen crime stories by emerging and established writers, such as [...]

Virus Hunt

Posted on October 10, 2013 by in Positively Literary

Virus Hunt The Search for the Origin of HIV by Dorothy H. Crawford Oxford University Press Reviewed by Alina Oswald Truth is, tracking down the AIDS pandemic to its origins can make for quite an interesting detective story, one in which experts and scientists become hunters, and AIDS and HIV become the hunted. Joining the [...]