“And Then I Danced” by Mark Segal is a memoir about LGBT activism. Continue reading Espresso Shots: And Then I Danced, by Mark Segal
John Rechy on gay sensibility. Continue reading Commonplace Book: The Gay Sensibility
The Driftless Area Review celebrate Gay Pride! Continue reading Celebrating Pride Month!
We like stuff! Yes we do!
We like stuff! How ’bout you? Continue reading Critic’s Notebook: Rave vs. Review vs. Recommendation
Liar, liar, pants on fire. Continue reading When Presidents Lie: a history of official deception and its consequences, by Eric Alterman
Earnest saves his family. Continue reading The Ride of Our Lives: Roadside Lessons of an American Family, by Mike Leonard
A short update in these challenging times. The rainy weather and Shelter In Place order have conspired to make staying inside the sane choice. Now that everything is closed (except essential services) and COVID-19 ravages the landscape like the Angel of Death, I have started the process of updating my blog. I have started adding text for my voluminous CCLaP reviews. CCLaP, aka The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography, closed its metaphorical doors a few years ago. At present there are only a handful of CCLaP reviews up. For your reference, I am proceeding from the most recent (2019) … Continue reading Blog Update: Shelter in Place Edition
My article on The Dune Encyclopedia is in the latest issue of Litteraria Pragensia. Continue reading Avant-Futures from Litteraria Pragensia
“If removing a president was easy, Congress would probably do it all the time, since that august body is populated by the representatives of a fickle, emotional, and befuddled populace.” Continue reading History Fridays: How to Get Rid of a President: History’s Guide to Removing Unpopular, Unable, or Unfit Chief Executives by David Preiss
Upcoming plans for the blog. Continue reading LATE SEPTEMBER UPDATE