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04/14/2005 

 
 
 
 

Michael Craft, 2004
 
Michael Craft is the author of two mystery series, one featuring gay newspaper publisher Mark Manning as the detective, the other with straight theater director Claire Gray as the sleuth. In this 2004 interview with Owen Keehnen, Craft discusses the Manning series, the art of mystery writing, keeping his series books fresh, and what lies ahead for him.

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04/01/2005 

 
 
 
 
  Aphra Behn

English Literature: Lesbian, 1600-1900
 
Woman-loving-women contributed significantly to English literature during the Restoration, the Eighteenth Century, and the Nineteenth Century. Some described Female Romantic Friendship while others celebrated explicitly lesbian love.
 
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03/31/2005 

 
 
 
 

Tommy Tune, 1997
 
For nearly forty years, Tommy Tune has been one of the most celebrated dancers, choreographers, and directors on Broadway. In this 1997 interview with Owen Keehnen, Tune discusses his career on the stage and in motion pictures, an injury that interrupted his career, his memoir, and some of the consequences of being gay in the spotlight.

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03/31/2005 

 
 
 
 

Dick Sargent, 1992
 
Known to most people as "The Second Darren Stephens" in the television situation comedy Bewitched, Dick Sargent was much more than a television and movie actor. He was an active supporter of the Special Olympics, and in the last years of his life, a gay activist. In this 1992 interview with Owen Keehnen, he talks about his outing by The Star, his public declaration of his homosexuality, the public and personal consequences of his coming out, and the nature of the Hollywood closet.

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03/14/2005 

 
 
 
 

Allan Gurganus, 1997
 
Gay novelist and short story writer Allan Gurganus is author of the best-selling The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All, the prize-winning short story collection White People , and the AIDS novel Plays Well with Others. In this 1997 interview with Owen Keehnen, he discusses Plays Well with Others, the spiritual quality of care giving, his battle with Harpers magazine, fending off the affections of John Cheever, and more.

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03/14/2005 

 
 
 
 

Dorothy Allison, 1994
 
In addition to being a writer and a Southern expatriate with attitude, Dorothy Allison is a lifelong feminist activist and a lesbian radical. In this 1994 interview with Owen Keehnen, she discusses her collection of essays, Skin: Talking about Sex, Class, and Literature, and her novels Bastard out of Carolina and Cavedweller, as well as her experience as a finalist for the National Book Award.

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03/01/2005 

 
 
 
 
  Tee Corinne

American Art: Lesbian, Post-Stonewall
 
Since Stonewall, Lesbian Artists in America working in a variety of media have become increasingly diverse and visible. The trend continues today despite a conservative backlash that began in the late 1990s.
 
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02/28/2005 

 
 
 
 

Joan Nestle, 1993
 
An ongoing interest in butch-femme identities pervades the work of award-winning lesbian historian, writer, editor, and archivist Joan Nestle. With Deborah Edel, she co-founded the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a multi-format collection of material that has done much to chronicle and preserve lesbian lives. In this 1993 interview with Owen Keehnen, she discusses her own writing, her involvement in editing the stories of other lesbians and gay men, and her involvement with the Lesbian Herstory Archives.

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02/28/2005 

 
 
 
 

Ellen Hart, 2003
 
Minnesota native Ellen Hart is the author of a lesbian mystery series featuring Minneapolis restaurateur Jane Lawless and her wisecracking theatrical pal Cordelia Thorn. Five of the twelve novels published so far in that series have won Lambda Literary Awards.

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02/14/2005 

 
 
 
 

Sapphire (Ramona Lofton), 1996
 
Bisexual African-American poet and novelist Sapphire (Ramona Lofton) is concerned with coming out of invisibility. In this 1996 interview with Owen Keehnen, she discusses her novel Push, the power of language, her shift from poetry to prose, and her mission as artist.

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