In a century defined by the most savage of brutal wars and genocides, among those things that legendary gay writers Tennessee Williams and Christopher Isherwood held in common were their pacifist

William Inge’s screenplay combined with Elia Kazan’s direction and a young Natalie Wood’s acting to produce a classic cultural intervention into the numbing routine of life in

The American playwright William Inge (1913-1973) was so tight with Tennessee Williams that scholars speculate they might have been lovers at some point. He was in the intimate gay literary circles

The powerful influence on American culture by prominent post-World War II gay authors, as documented in Christopher Bram’s new book, “Eminent Outlaws: The Gay Writers Who Changed America”

The new book by openly-gay Christopher Bram, “Eminent Outlaws: The Gay Writers Who Changed America” (2012), his 11th and best one, makes an enormous contribution to an appreciation of

It is a critical realization that same-sex erotic attraction is a variant within the role that nature has assigned for its organic survival and evolutionary self-sustenance to the altruistic