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On Deck 7/24

Things are starting to slow down a little bit. Finishing up my intense summer class this week, and hopefully the contract on my house will survive due diligence. 266 more words


Outstanding book chronicles the fight against HIV/AIDS

A critically acclaimed 640-page book by David France belongs at the top of your reading list.

An acquaintance of mine years ago, France has created in… 649 more words


F.I.L.M. of the Week (July 6, 2017)

I first saw the documentary “How to Survive a Plague” in 2013, a time when its history of the LGBT community’s fight against bigotry for recognition and support in the face of a health epidemic felt like just that: history. 272 more words

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Books in the News: May 2017

May has flown by already and luckily it hasn’t been all Donald Trump and Brexit in the news. Stuff happened in the world that really matters too: the world of books. 1,044 more words


Weekly Wrap-Up! (28 May)

This week has a quiet one due to all the medication changes I have going on, and this alongside the hot weather has floored me over the last few days. 626 more words


Unmissable Weekly: May 26, 2017

Bookish and Awesome’s weekly round-up of buzz-worthy news from around the bookternet in bite size. Click on the links to be directed to the full articles. 324 more words


The Winner of the Green Carnation Prize is...

The Green Carnation Prize today (22 May 2017) announced David France’s insider account of the AIDS epidemic, How To Survive A Plague: The Story of How Activists and Scientists Tamed AIDS… 504 more words