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How I Survived A Plague
Author, 'Songs for the New Depression', 'Gifts Not Yet Given'
I survived a plague. Acquaintances, friends, co-workers and lovers dead. A myriad of others infected. Who could have foreseen the years of public apathy and private sorrow? Somehow, though, I stand here today having survived the AIDS epidemic, and I still marvel at
Celebrating Gay America's 'Heroic Legacy' in the AIDS Plague
Journalist and author, 'Victory Deferred: How AIDS Changed Gay...
I've spent 25 years -- about half my life -- reporting and documenting what I call "gay America's heroic legacy in the AIDS plague." But since doing dozens of interviews to update my book, I've been concerned by how quickly our heroic legacy is being forgotten.
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