The Heaven of Our Eyes: Nonfiction by Raymond Luczak

Creative Nonfiction by Raymond Luczak The Heaven of Our Eyes in memory of my 25 deaf gay friends who’ve died from AIDS-related complications I awake to find...

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The Handsomest Man in New York: Nonfiction by Patrick Mulcahey

The Handsomest Man in New York by Patrick Mulcahey Richard was the handsomest man in New York. Anyone who knew him would tell you the same...

“Save Tonight”: Nonfiction by Jennifer Sembler

Save Tonight by Jennifer Sembler We were standing among G’s drunken Italian friends who were singing an awful karaoke rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance...

Dark Angel: An Excerpt

AIDS has remained what the photographer calls "a strange disease" that through the years has touched people's lives in "bizarre" ways. As an artist,...

The Scream of the Phoenix: Nonfiction by Jesús Guillén

The Scream of the Phoenix to all kinds of survivors around the world Most of us cry when we are born because the trauma of...

Fag Hags, Divas and Moms on Audio

Fag Hags, Divas and Moms on Audio The audio version of award-winning writer Victoria Noe’s Fag Hags, Divas and Moms: The Legacy of Straight Women...

Just Another Death Sentence: Nonfiction by Hank Trout

One morning in July 1989, I woke up with my right eye swollen completely shut and cysts all over my chest and belly. I...

My Friend Jerry: Nonfiction by Richard Marino

My Friend Jerry by Richard Marino My friend Jerry Lazier lived at 484 Hayes Street in the Hayes Valley. The apartment was on the second floor....

Walt Odets: Advocate & Writer

Digging Out of Stigma Psychologist & Author Walt Odets Talks with A&U’s Hank Trout About Navigating HIV and Other Issues Impacting Gay Men’s Lives When your...

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