Thirty years ago, gay literature was about new freedoms, and about coming out. Now, it's about being
out. And it's a freedom that's tempered by the reality of HIV, the AIDS virus. Yet even in a social
climate that has seen the literary memoir change from celebration to trepidation, it's still as it's always
been: about love. Join us in discussion with writers Edmund White, David Levitt, and producer David Swatling of Radio Netherlands.
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Programs by David Swatling