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  • 2 years ago

    "Woody Allen is the reason I wanted to live in New York City so badly," says Greta Gerwig, walking down Tenth Avenue in Chelsea on an April afternoon. Of course, Woody seduced a whole generation with his 1970s cinematic love letters to Manhattan. ...

  • 8 years ago

    In her 2004 New Yorker essay "Dog Trouble," author Cathleen Schine describes the harrowing experience of trying to tame Buster, the adorable, helplessly mad mutt she rescued. Her noble adoption coincided with the recent breakup of her marriage. Bu...

  • 14 years ago

    There are dear souls in Money Breton's life whose elusiveness haunts her: Mev, her methadone-addicted daughter; Paulie, her son in New York City, who is recovering from a savage rape and living under police protection; and Flower Girl, her beloved...

  • 14 years ago

    She has single-handedly blown the back door wide open to put the butthole on the map of America's bedrooms. Now everyone's favorite ass-master, Voice sex columnist Tristan Taormino, is bending over backward to expand our sexual horizons in her new...

  • 14 years ago

    Imagine a novel that combines the unabashed candor, humor, and prurience of Sex and the City with the prostitute-gets-societal-props story line of Fanny Hill. Unfortunately, the closest we come is Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl, a debut novel abou...

  • 15 years ago

    Back in the 1980s, a curious thing happened: Mainstream publishing suddenly "turned" queer when sales reps reported back from the field that gays and lesbians were big book buyers, starving for literature that portrayed their lives. By the early 1...

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