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June 23, 2010

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This is so interesting. It seems that you're overly harsh on yourself for not being able to work on the magazine as a "labor of love." Maybe instead of reviving the magazine, there could be a "best of." The history is certainly worth preserving. Did the magazine publish prose too? Another point you make almost in passing about the fading of the "men's only" world would seem to apply to the straight world as well during that time. Thanks.

What a great idea to do a "best of"! TJWR did publish short stories and interviews, too. Essays once in a while. Hadn't thought about the parallel fading of the "men's world" in the straight world too. Somehow that seems different? As the straight was exclusionary to begin with and the gay was a form of survival. Thanks for your comment.

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