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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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James Earl Hardy, 1995
 
In 1994, successful African-American journalist James Earl Hardy published his first novel, B-Boy Blues, a frank gay love story centering on two African-American men from widely divergent backgrounds. In this 1995 interview with Owen Keehnen, he discusses the novel's success, the controversy surrounding its subject matter and treatment, the politics of African-American literature and expression, his writing process, and upcoming projects.

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Jewelle Gomez, 1993
 
In her poetry, fiction, and essays, African-American writer Jewelle Gomez seeks to merge her black, feminist, and lesbian identities into an indivisible whole. In this 1993 interview with Owen Keehnen, she discusses her Lambda Literary Award-winning first novel, The Gilda Stories, a book that revamps the myth of the vampire, and Forty-Three Septembers, a series of essays that pays tribute to the people who have significantly influenced Gomez.

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Joan Jett Blakk, 1992
 
In 1992, Joan Jett Blakk became the first drag queen to toss her wig into a presidential race. Running on the Queer Nation Party ticket, Blakk used drag, camp, and her unique persona to bring visibility to queer people and issues.
 
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Charles Busch, 2003
 
In his answers to twelve quick questions, film star, playwright, stage legend, and novelist Charles Busch discusses the play Taboo, the frantic production schedule for the film Die Mommie Die, the joy of receiving a Sundance award, and the crafts of writing and filmmaking.
 
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F. Valentine Hooven: Tom of Finland's Biographer, 1993
 
F. Valentine Hooven III, author of a biography of gay erotic artist Tom of Finland, shares his view of Tom of Finland, Tom's lasting popularity, and his own work with the Tom of Finland Foundation.
 
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01/01/2005 

 
 
 
 

Quentin Crisp: 1992, 1995, 1997
 
In this compilation of three interviews, Quentin Crisp describes his life, his art, gay pride, and the differences between Americans and the British with Owen Keehnen.
 
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12/15/2004 

 
 
 
 
  Harry Hay

Harry Hay, 1992
 
A 1992 interview with activist Harry Hay, a founder of the Mattachine Society and an early member and supporter of the Radical Faeries.
 
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  Felice Picano

Felice Picano, 1996
 
Author and publisher Felice Picano shares his thoughts about his work and gay literature with Owen Keehnen in 1996, shortly after being nominated for two Lambda Literary Awards.
 
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10/15/2004 

 
 
 
 
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Arts and Letters in Australia and New Zealand
 
Australian and New Zealand writers such as Frank Sargeson and Patrick White and artists such as Frances Hodgkins and James Gleeson have contributed significantly to the glbtq heritage in literature and the arts.
 
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