Strange “cures” for an age-old “disease”
Issues Archives: The Science of Homo-Sex
January – February, 2008
AT ONE POINT in the “true story” of the early years of his life, Elliot Tiber describes meeting Marlon Brando and Wally Cox in the San Remo bar in Greenwich Village. Although this encounter took place over forty years ago, Tiber reproduces, in improbable detail, the conversation of the three men.
I spoke by phone with Darren Hayes, who was at his home in the Notting Hill district of London just prior to leaving for his 2007 “Time Machine” concert tour.
THE NEW KID opens with Humphrey-named after the Casablanca actor, he explains-experiencing the dread of being “the new kid” in town and school.
In Two Lives Malcolm, Malcolm makes good use of quotations from writers and historians, as well as books written by Stein and Toklas, particularly Wars I Have Seen and The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book.
THIS DEEPLY FELT, humorous, and extremely wise book is a remarkable achievement. In Honorable Bandit: A Walk Across Corsica, author Brian Bouldrey takes the reader on a queer journey across Corsica …
… In Timothy James Beck’s new novel, When You Don’t See Me, Nick discovers that his invisibility can be both a curse and a blessing. …
Letters to the editor