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Bohemian Rhapsody: Review

Bohemian Rhapsody Directed by Bryan Singer Twentieth-Century Fox Reviewed by Alina Oswald Many years ago, as a kid, I discovered the music of Queen, while listening to my...

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...

Christopher Hewitt Awards 2019: Call for Submissions

A&U Magazine is currently accepting entries for the seventh annual Christopher Hewitt Award. Named in honor of A&U's first literary editor, the award showcases...

1985: Review

1985 Written & directed by Yen Tan MuseLessMime Productions/Cranium Entertainment Reviewed by John Francis Leonard 1985 is a film about secrets—the secrets we think we’re hiding, but are...

HIV Books for the Giving

‘Tis the season… actually, it’s always the season for a good read! We here at A&U have reviewed several books this year that will...

Capture Theory: Review

Capture Theory by Joy Gaines-Friedler Kelsey Books Reviewed by Noah Stetzer Iwas sure there was some kind of myth or folktale I could mine for metaphors about birds....

Yasss Child: Nonfiction by Dale Corvino

Yasss Child by Dale Corvino "Do you remember when we met?” Nico asked me over a FaceTime call. Nico had long ago lost his hair and...

Of Prophets and Princes: Poetry by David Lewis-Peart

Of Prophets and Princes

Corrupted: Review

Corrupted: One Gay American's Story of Breaking Bad on PrEP by Joey Wagner Amazon Review by John Francis Leonard It would be easy when reading this brief, frank...

1980: Review

1980 by David Cornish, MD BookBaby Reviewed by John Francis Leonard It’s the dawn of the eighties and Dr. Arthur Noble, a young medical resident, is facing a...

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