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Summer Reading 2012: Poetry by Patrick Donnelly

Posted on June 27, 2012 by in Positively Literary

Prayer for Immunity in Grand Army Plaza At a quarter to dusk a moon froze in the groin of an elm, horses on the arch dragged their bronze wagon through Brooklyn toward another war. When I was young in the desert they warned never walk arroyos when it rains, water can crash down those gullies [...]

Tony Kushner

Posted on June 20, 2012 by in Cover Story

Angels at 20 Tony Kushner reflects on the legacy of Angels in America, AIDS, politics, and where we are now by Larry Buhl Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Francis Hills Enduring art—whether plays, visual art, film, or music—relies a bit on alchemy, the coming together of the right pieces at the right time, distilled by [...]

The Heart’s History

Posted on May 17, 2012 by in Positively Literary

[BOOK EXCERPT] The Heart’s History by Lewis DeSimone Lewis DeSimone is the author of the novel Chemistry and the recently released The Heart’s History (both from Lethe Press). In this excerpt from The Heart’s History, Edward, an HIV-positive man in his mid-thirties, is in bed with his younger lover, Robert. Edward’s sex drive has diminished [...]

Caregiver

Posted on March 23, 2012 by in Positively Literary

Caregiver by Rick R. Reed Dreamspinner Press Reviewed by Alina Oswald “There is a fine line between triumph and disaster. That line is hope,” says long-term AIDS survivor and Hope: A Story of Triumph author Joel Rothschild [A&U, October 2003]. As we step into the fourth decade of AIDS, we further distance ourselves from the [...]