Keith Haring’s Line: Review

Keith Haring’s Line: Race and the Performance of Desire Ricardo Montez Duke University Press Keith Haring’s Line is the third book about Haring that I have reviewed...

All the Young Men: Review

All the Young Men A Memoir of Love, AIDS, and Chosen Family in the American South Ruth Coker Burks with Kevin Carr O'Leary Grove Atlantic Reviewed by Hank Trout In...

Finding Tulsa: Review

Finding Tulsa by Jim Provenzano Palm Drive Publishing Reviewed by John Francis Leonard It’s not easy writing a novel in the first person and relying on the...

Prayer Ribbons: Review

Prayer Ribbons, from Provincetown to Orlando Directed by Lise Balk King Reviewed by Hank Trout The Compact, a community-based organization in Provincetown, Massachusetts, that has nurtured the...

He Lands in Palm Springs: Review

He Lands in Palm Springs by John Shekleton Mo Keijuk Press Reviewed by Raymond Luczak Considering the book’s premise of Father Joe Tierney, a defrocked Catholic priest living...

Howard: Review

Howard Directed by Don Hahn Disney+ Reviewed by Bruce Ward The AIDS epidemic of the 1980s/1990s robbed the world of too many talented artists from all creative fields,...

The Other Passover: Review

The Other Passover by Joseph F. Delgado Ediciones El Laberinto/USA Distributor: Amazon.com Reviewed by Hank Trout The setting is now, the present. A mysterious disease nearly blankets the...

The Prettiest Star: Review

The Prettiest Star by Carter Sickels Hub City Press Lambda Literary Award-winning author Carter Sickels pulls no punches in this unsparing and deeply felt novel that turns...

Drawing on Walls: Review

Drawing on Walls: A Story of Keith Haring Written by Matthew Burgess Illustrated by Josh Cochran Enchanted Lion Books Reviewed by Hank Trout Drawing on Walls: A Story of...

Maid Service: Review

Maid Service by John Whittier Treat JMS Books Reviewed by Chael Needle In the mid-eighties, 1985 or 1986, but perhaps slightly earlier, my brother Doug’s friend Glenn traveled...

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