Brandon Taylor’s highly praised debut novel, Real Life, gets deep into desire, intimacy, sex, abuse, homophobia, racism, misogyny, love, hate and the blurred lines between friends and lovers. Oh, and let’s not forget cut-throat scientific...

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Pamela Sneed’s prose and poetry can reach out and grab you. They did me. She reads four poems from her new memoir, Funeral Diva, on this week’s Out in the Bay and shares some of...

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As we approach our 10th month under COVID’s cloud, it’s very clear the “holiday season” won’t be “normal.” How might we find joy and peace without our usual parties, events and general fa-la-la falderal? Fret not!...

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Filmmaker Sal and singer-songwriter Nancy, children of Vietnamese immigrants, grew up in Vallejo. Producer Truc Nguyen discusses with them what it’s like to wade through the murkiness of ancestral trauma through a queer lens. Self-proclaimed...

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2020. What a stressful, frightening year. As this week’s guest, Dr. John Kruse, put it, a “sad and scary” year. Indeed! There is plenty to be stressed about: COVID pandemic, layoffs, police killing black people, protests,...

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We’ve heard plenty of straight analysis. So now a queer take on our nail-biting national election. Why did Trump get twice as many LGBTQ votes this year as he did in 2016!?* What’s the outlook...

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