Literature 2018

Literature 2018

San Francisco General: Poetry by Greg Casale

San Francisco General The final time I looked into your eyes they were in a urine cup three floors down. I hope the old gods slipped turquoise in your...

Nancy [email protected]&*ing Reagan: Drama by Daniel Hurewitz

Nancy [email protected]&*ing Reagan A Play by Daniel Hurewitz Characters MAGGIE (MARGARET) LESSING TRUWELL: 49, Asian-American, fairly fit, energetic, historian, and Dean of Students at Cardiff College. RICHARD TRUWELL: Mid-50s,...

The Custody Visit (1987): Nonfiction by Andrea Laiacona Dooley

The Custody Visit (1987) by Andrea Laiacona Dooley Seventh grade ended, and it was time to visit my father in Indiana. We’d last seen him at...

Randy Boyd: Writer & Advocate

Pathbreaker Writer & Long-Term Survivor Randy Boyd Revisits His Journey So Far in a New Collection by Chael Needle Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Sean Black Jalandhar Nayak,...

Daniel Baxter, MD: Writer & Advocate

One Life at a Time In a New Book, Daniel Baxter, MD, Discusses Treatment Challenges & Triumphs in Botswana, the Universality of Suffering & Connecting...

Nightstand: Fiction by James Magruder

Nightstand by James Magruder "How soon can you be out of here?” Asked Louis, my husband of two years. I had come home to Philadelphia from a...

The Pond: Fiction by John Whittier Treat

The Pond by John Whittier Treat Alan died on a hot day, but it had been hot all summer. Steve wasn’t there when the long fart...

Diary of a Modern Consumptive: Paul Thorn

Diary of a Modern Consumptive In his new book, author & advocate Paul Thorn shares his personal experience surviving Multidrug Resistant TB by Alina Oswald On September...

The Inanimate Me: Fiction by Martin Shaw

The Inanimate Me There’s only one rotten apple in this hospital, an old-school homophobic male nurse who’s pheromonic orchestration of testosterone is thwarted by the...

Why Bother With Short Stories About HIV/AIDS?

Seeking Connections Why bother with short stories about HIV/AIDS? by Raymond Luczak Poetry, due to its power wielded by concision, may be the heart of all literary...

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