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Robert J Feldman

Picturing Frederick Douglass

Robert J. Feldman | Posted 12.29.2015 | Black Voices
Robert J. Feldman

This landmark coffee table tome, Picturing Frederick Douglass, proves that Douglass was over a century ahead of his time by permitting himself to be photographed, canonized and ultimately loved by photographers' lenses.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- American Poet Unfurled

Robert J. Feldman | Posted 10.29.2015 | Books
Robert J. Feldman

Almost everyone who reads this book will find a poem, a passage or a drawing that will stay engraved on her life forever. Just as the work of Lawrence Ferlinghetti will no doubt remain the voice of a great American bard long into the future.

Fire Island Pines Commercial Property on the Auction Block

Robert J. Feldman | Posted 03.08.2015 | New York
Robert J. Feldman

On January 22 at 1:00 PM in West Islip, Long Island, Maltz Auction House will auction off most of the "downtown" strip of the Pines, possibly for a song. With an opening suggested bid of only 8.5 million dollars for 80 percent of the commercial district this is a golden opportunity, to say the least.

Law Professor: National Same-Sex Marriage 'Overwhelmingly Probable' Next Year

Robert J. Feldman | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Robert J. Feldman

We verily hope, pray and believe that the Professor Leonard's bold assertion that same-sex marriage will become the law of the land next year will come to pass. It is my prediction that Professor Leonard is right. The United States of America will finally recognize that love transcends gender.

Sam Wagstaff: The Impresario Who Made Mapplethorpe

Robert J. Feldman | Posted 02.04.2015 | Books
Robert J. Feldman

Gefter's smart, sexy and eloquent biography of this commanding arbiter of taste and culture serves as a definitive and memorable portrait of last century's intersection of gay life and the evolution of the hobby of photography into a way of producing collectible fine art.

Poetry in Fire Island Pines

Robert J. Feldman | Posted 09.15.2014 | Books
Robert J. Feldman

For me, the festival also triggered a flood of memories that I thought had been buried with my youth.