There’s No Place Like Home: Tom Atwood’s “Kings & Queens In Their Castles”
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There’s No Place Like Home: Tom Atwood’s “Kings & Queens In Their Castles”

Home can reveal so much about a person. Yes, this is an obvious cliché, but an individual’s architectural and interior design sensibilities–not to mention their cornucopia of tacky knick-knacks scattered around their existence–speaks volumes. This truism relates perhaps even more to queer individuals. Since, at the very least, the Decadents at the turn of the … Continue reading

Our World Was All A Stage For Her Transgressive Ways: On Linda Simpson’s ‘Pages’
Books

Our World Was All A Stage For Her Transgressive Ways: On Linda Simpson’s ‘Pages’

As legendary New York drag queen and Downtown drag documentarian Linda Simpson writes in her debut photographic publication Pages, describing her friend and subject of the book, the provocative transgender performer Page, “I first laid eyes on Page in the spring of 1990, when my friend Tabboo! rented a video of the documentary What Sex … Continue reading