By Nick Pinkerton Elliott Stein, a longtime contributor to The Village Voice, as well as
The best video collection in New York was shipped to a Sicilian town with a promise that it would be kept accessible to cinephiles. Here's what really happened to it.
And the entire LGBT community can rest a little easier. In the new Gay & Lesbian Review, author Edmund White says: "Kramer is notoriously provocative. "Larry was resentful that I was away living in Paris in the middle of the AIDS crisis.
Sunday, December 4 at 2:30 p.m, The Jane Hotel
As gay marriage becomes the norm, oldsters ask, when did gay life morph into a Jane Austen novel?
The doyenne of French letters and her own industry of trance-y movies
Gay books speak volumes
Conservatives say cheap mortgages killed the economy; President Obama blames "the collective failure to make hard choices." But the problem's really corporate players gone wild and often illegal, analyst James Lieber tells the Voice. And without a raft of subpoenas, we may never get to the bottom of ... More >>
After years of neglect from the mainstream, queer lit undergoes a renaissance
The 'Voice' reports the queer revolution
Forget the rice. (We're on Atkins.) No his-and-his towels. (Nothing matches in our house.) Just give us Viagraand wish us well
Selections from the Village Voice's annual Queer Issue
In Edmund White's latest, Fanny Trollope discovers America, with Fanny Wright's help
The Swank World of Gay Gents in New York
Creating the Space to Explore Feelings That Cant Be Expressed by Acting Up
Coming to Terms With the Art of Dennis Cooper
The Spring '99 Collections