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I have been haunted by Anohni (aka Antony) since I first saw her exquisite performance of “If It Be Your Will” in the film Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man. With the depth of Nina Simone and delicacy of Keaton Henson, … Continue reading
Ages ago, I asked Susanne The Scot's husband if he thought that she believed in the Loch Ness Monster. "Deep down she's a romantic, so yes, I expect she does," he answered. This conversation came back to me after seeing Patterson's Wager … Continue reading
02.04.16 I've set aside other books this month, in favor of Maria Balinska's The Bagel; The Surprising History of a Modest Bread, which is kinda mindblowing in its detail, research and storytelling.
Published by San Francisco’s iconic City Lights and winner of a Lambda Award for Transgender Non-Fiction in 2014, The End of San Francisco is first-rate Resistance Literature. Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore refuses to separate the personal and political, capturing the creation (and … Continue reading