Are your loved ones suffering from protest withdrawal? Try these thoughtful gifts. The Battle for Seattle’s smoke has cleared, helicopters…
Tales of sorry schmoes.
A posthumous Kerouac novella that should have stayed in its grave.
A translation guide to the gay male personals.
Hello! On Eleventh Hour Productions’ Web site, the nonprofit literary arts organization declares its belief in three things: “that disenfranchised…
FIXER CHAO by Han Ong (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, $24) WILLIAM PAULINHA hasn’t had a pleasant American dream. The antihero…
A guide to holiday happenings in the area
Life in the shadow of The Bomb.
Your guide to author-gazing.
One of S.F.’s edgier talents shares his life thus far in 20 sharp, emotion-packed essays.
IT SEEMS LIKE everyone’s down on the Seattle Gay Film Festival these days [see “Don’t worry, be happy,” 10/21 —Eds]….
A ghost from the past doles out the essential readings of Jack Kerouac
A new video collection tries to nail down the ever-elusive Madonna.
A novelist’s uncertain skewering of consumerism.
It’s boo-hoo for West Hollywood in this new gay flick.
“THE ARTIST’S LIFE,” a story from Anita Desai’s new collection Diamond Dust, features Polly, a young girl fresh from summer…
A gringo’s down y dirty guide to Mexican dining just in time for Cinco de Mayo.
In 1981, New York businessman Eugene Lang returned to the East Harlem elementary school he had attended more than 50…
A funny lady leaves behind a legacy of optimism and hope
1. Go. Writers—those often troubled, insufficiently loved individuals who’ve spent thousands of hours hunched over a keyboard crafting something especially…
Imaginative short works of home and exile.
Tales of alienation that are accessible to all.
The portrait of a lady.