Monthly Archives: September 2010

What It Means To Be A Movie Hustler

NOTE: A slightly different version of this essay appears in Ganymede Unfinished, out now from Sibling Rivalry Press. *** Rewatching Gus van Sant’s magnificently playful and daring My Own Private Idaho (1991)  always is a striking experience. How great isn’t … Continue reading

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On Boybands, Jay Brannan and Escaping Gay-By-Association

NOTE: This essay first appeared in Ganymede Unfinished, available now from Sibling Rivalry Press. An earlier version appeared on this blog in May 2009. *** When I sat down to try to write about the music of singer/songwriter Jay Brannan, … Continue reading

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Three Months On, ‘Shout It Out’ Holds Up

I’m coming home to Hanson. I know, it sounds weird for someone as enthusiastic about the Tulsa Three as I am, and as a Fanson it pained me to say it. But after the rush that accompanied the release of … Continue reading

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