|Subtitle:||Riots at 50, the Gay & Lesbian Review at 25 : Best Essays, 1994-2018, The|
|Author:||Schneider, Richard Jr. (Editor)|
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|Address:||Boston, Massachusetts :|
|LoC Classification:||HQ76.8.U5 I6 2018|
The year was 1994. It was the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and, as luck would have it, the year in which a new magazine called The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review was publishing its first issue (Winter ’94). The fact that The G&LR’s first year coincided with Stonewall’s 25th forever joined its fate with that of the founding event of the modern LGBT movement. This book commemorates the magazine’s 25th birthday with a collection of relevant articles culled from its 136 issues.
Contributors: Dennis Altman, David B. Boyce, Michael Bronski, Frank Browning, David Carter, John D’Emilio, Steven F. Dansky, Michael Denneny, Martin Duberman, Lilian Faderman, D. Gilson, Eve Goldberg, Jewelle Gomez, Harry Hay, Amy Hoffman, Andrew Holleran, Karla Jay, Jill Johnston, Arnie Kantrowitz, Dolores Klaich, Larry Kramer, Toby Marotta, Del Martin & Phyllis Lyon, Felice Picano, John Rechy, Will Roscoe, Ellen Shumsky, Bob Smith, Timothy Stewart-Winter, Martha Stone, Edmund White.
Supplement to volume 26, number 1 (January/February 2019) of: Gay & lesbian review worldwide.
"The year was 1994. It was the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and, as luck would have it, the year in which a new magazine called The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review was publishing its first issue. The fact that The G&LR's first year coincided with Stonewall's 25th forever joined the magazine's history with the founding event of the modern LGBT movement. This book commemorates The G&LR's 25th birthday with a collection of relevant articles selected from its 136 issues"--Back cover.