After 10 Years in the Works: The Agony of Joy by Red Haircrow

From the press release:  “Taking almost ten years to complete, The Agony of Joy, incorporates many of the author’s experiences and observations as a survivor of sexual abuse and violence. But far from being the central theme, although psychological and behavioral after-effects continue for many, the novel focuses on the courage it takes, often in […]

“To Die” A Poem by Hannah Senesh With Commentary & Memories

People ask me why, as a Native American, I have such an interest in Germany. They ask me, some after they’ve made a derogatory comment about the country, on why I choose to live here. And my reasons would probably be questioned and condemned by yet more others when I reference an occurence during WW2, […]

The Faces of Gay Games 2010

Look at some of the photos of the sport events, has some of the best. There is also public group pool where anyone can post their best: Flickr Gay Games 2010 Photo Group Pool. These are photos from Gay Games 2010, which is winding down to a satisfying if bittersweet Closing Ceremonies which will […]