In "Dear Queer Self," memoir author Jonathan Alexander concludes that "it is not so much a matter of I wish I knew then what I know now, but I wish I knew now what I knew then!"
New York based producer Alan Goldsher has teamed up with the East Village Independent Merchants Association to help several mom-and-pop businesses spread the word to shop local—the episode airs this coming Sunday during a half-hour feature on WABC 7 Localish.
“I’m hearing from so many actors about how this story informs their experience and life in New York City as journeymen actors,” says “The Boys in the Band” actor Brian Hutchison of his recently launched noir drama podcast, “I Still Think About You.”
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Audio drama “I Still Think About You” is part memoir, part psychological thriller, and part love letter to Broadway.
For author Jonathan Alexander, the claim that one “just happens to be” lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer is a lie, a dismissive denial of the core queerness which is as much a part of who we are as our gender or skin color.
Author Jonathan Alexander’s forthcoming critical memoir, “Stroke Book: The Diary of a Blindspot,” has been selected by Lambda Literary for their October’s Most Anticipated LGBTQIA+ Books list.
Author Jonathan Alexander considers how living in a society still toxic to queer people has impacted his health, how queer time is warped, and offers 5 Ways Queerness + Age = Power
“We’re all creeps!” says prolific queer author Jonathan Alexander. For Alexander, embracing our inner creep is a good thing. Through observing other “others,” we observe and contemplate and better understand ourselves.
Nonbinary actor, alternative hip hop artist and author Ris iRAWniq Anderson as the voice of Tickles, a female-to-male squid with top surgery scars, in J.B. Ghuman, Jr.’s “The Crown with a Shadow” screening at the Outfest Film Festival on August 15.