Coming Up In March: Tom D’Angora

Tom D’Angora is a multi-award winning Producer/Director who currently produces two of the longest running musicals in New York Theater history. Tom has been nominated for three Drama Desk Awards and is the winner of The Off -Broadway Alliance Award amongst others. Tom worked for a year at Hillary for President in 2008 and traveled to […]

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Weather’s Mill

Helen Dunn is probably best known for her novel “Untamed Women of Yesteryear,” published by L-Books, receiving honorable mention by the Golden Crown Literary Society, as well as being nominated for Favorite Lesbian Fiction Historical – by the Lesbian Fiction Readers Choice Awards group for 2011. Weather’s Mill A small town with dirty, little secrets. […]

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Clocks

Robert Kingett is a gay blind journalist who is the Author of Off the Grid, Living Blindly without the internet. He actively contributes to blogs, magazines, and newspapers, alongside speaking about such things as video game accessibility. He has received the Professional speaker’s workshop award and has been featured on NPR for his advocacy Clocks […]

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Innovation School Creates Tools For Blind

Belo Cipriani is the award-winning author of Blind: A Memoir and Midday Dreams. He is a disability advocate and is currently the national spokesman for 100 Percent Wine — a premium winery that donates 100 percent of proceeds to nonprofits that help people with disabilities find work. Learn more at www.belocipriani.com. Tools For The Blind Blindness […]

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The Amazon Trail

Her most recent book, An American Queer, a collection of “The Amazon Trail” columns, was presented with the 2015 Golden Crown Literary Society Award in Anthology/Collection Creative Non-Fiction. This, and her award-winning fiction, including The Raid, The Swashbuckler, and Beggar of Love, can be found at: http://www.boldstrokesbooks.com/Author-Lee-Lynch.html The Mightiest of Books As an adult, I’ve […]

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Mary Tyler Moore – She Turned The World On With A Smile

David-Elijah Nahmod is a film critic and reporter in San Francisco. His articles appear regularly in The Bay Area Reporter and SF Weekly. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter. David developed Post Traumatic Syndrome Disorder (PTSD) after surviving gay conversion therapy as a child and has found that many in the LGBT […]

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A Chat With Lina

Lina Bradford grew up in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. Her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout New York. Those same moves she learned […]

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Coming Up In February: Lina Bradford

Lina Bradford grew up in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. Her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout New York. Those same moves she learned […]

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Acord Takes on Susan Olsen’s Homophobia

David-Elijah Nahmod is a film critic and reporter in San Francisco. His articles appear regularly in The Bay Area Reporter and SF Weekly. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.  His column entitled, “If You Could Read My Mind:  A PTSD Memoir” appears monthly in Diversity Rules Magazine.  The following is a special […]

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