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Archive for category: The print medium

   (2017.08.18)

Eric Kandel brilliantly explains how we see first, then perceive texture second. This explains why I like a lot of things I like, but nobody’s really taking me up on that knowledge, are they, now

   (2017.07.30)

A Victorian novel about a poor sissy who doesn’t even have the Internet in the 21st century does what, and exists why, though?

   (2016.12.21)

Tim McCaskell’s memoir proves white gay men and lesbians built gay Toronto

   (2016.11.15)

The long-awaited biography of hermit pornographer Boyd McDonald of Straight to Hell includes one gem after another

   (2016.08.21)

Some excerpts from the obscure but quite excellent When Men Meet by Henning Bech of Denmark

   (2016.06.08)

Julia Fleischaker and Jessa Crispin are and were needlessly nasty to men (and one man in particular)

   (2016.05.30)

Excerpt from John D’Agata’s The Making of the American Essay

   (2016.05.01)

Mike Albo: ‘I am trying to feel things in my body, which is hard to do. When someone says something like “Where do you feel that?” or “What does that feel like?” I have a really hard time answering’

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