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August 20, 2014

By Alyssa Rosenberg August 20 at 3:35 PM Inspired by Michelle Goldberg’s recent feature in the New Yorker about a splinter group of feminists who seem determined to discredit themselves through their ongoing hostility to transgender people, I recently decided … Continue reading →
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Published on August 20, 2014 15:11 • 72 views

August 7, 2014

Announcing One City One Book: San Francisco Reads 2014! http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=2000721701
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Published on August 07, 2014 17:45 • 61 views

July 16, 2014

The actors will star in A Slight Trick of the Mind, adapted from Mitch Cullin’s novel which imagines Sherlock Holmes battling dementia in old age Ben Beaumont-Thomas theguardian.com, Thursday 8 May 2014 06.43 EDT In recent years the sleuthing of … Continue reading →
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Published on July 16, 2014 08:12 • 59 views

July 1, 2014

By Wendy Werris Dec 20, 2013 With The Days of Anna Madrigal, Armistead Maupin brings his 12-character-based Tales of the City series, set in San Francisco, to a close after 40 years. Tales of the City was conceived in 1976 … Continue reading →
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Published on July 01, 2014 07:02 • 71 views

June 24, 2014

Posted on June 20, 2014 by Public Affairs Maupin to speak on Oct. 23 at Main Library San Francisco Public Library is thrilled to announce that the 10th Annual One City One Book selection is Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the … Continue reading →
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Published on June 24, 2014 06:24 • 49 views

May 27, 2014

By Bill Daley 11:04 a.m. CDT, May 23, 2014 Past predictions of the future, especially a future that is itself in the past, always have an absurd cast to them upon reading. But there’s an unexpected poignancy to Armistead Maupin’s … Continue reading →
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Published on May 27, 2014 10:59 • 65 views

May 15, 2014

Leah Garchik Updated 6:32 am, Thursday, May 15, 2014 “Somebody put a note on my Facebook page,” said Armistead Maupin on Wednesday, “saying, ‘The town isn’t the same without you.’ ” It was time to share the news: The novelist, … Continue reading →
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Published on May 15, 2014 08:05 • 50 views

May 7, 2014

by Matt Comer Editor editor@goqnotes.com Published: May 7, 2014 in News Iconic gay writer and North Carolina native created famed ‘Tales of the City’ CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Iconic openly gay writer and North Carolina native Armistead Maupin will receive … Continue reading →
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Published on May 07, 2014 09:55 • 43 views

April 23, 2014

This evening I, along with 25,000 other volunteers throughout the US, distrubuted 500,00 books to people whoidentify as infrequent readers. World Book Night is also celebrated around the world. The aim of World Book Nightto share the love of reading … Continue reading →
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Published on April 23, 2014 16:21 • 53 views

April 21, 2014

Now Available on Kindle What if presidential widow Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had lived long enough to become a reclusive eccentric like her first cousin “Little Edie” Beale of “Grey Gardens” fame? In this “lost comic gem” — published for the … Continue reading →
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Published on April 21, 2014 11:33 • 139 views

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