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Posted July 11, 2010
Men on Men 4, Edited by George Stambolian with an introduction by Felice Picano and an afterward by Andrew Holleran
Here is a capsule of the gay world in 1992, built on the success of the Men on Men series. The great diversity of cultures, backgrounds, writing styles and subject matter in the eighteen stories is a point in time of the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic-and an eloquent vitality of gay literature as it attempted to answer new questions and confront old challenges of the period in question.
As in past volumes, Men on Men 4 brings together both established writers-especially those belonging to the Violet Quill-and bright new voices from all over the us.
Those Who Forget History Are Doomed to Repeat It. These books are great for the younger gay and lesbian generations who are too old to remember the ravages of the HIV/ASIDS epidemic and who, if not taught, are prey to become part of the infection.