Lambda Award Winner, Randall Kenan, talks new James Baldwin essay collection: “It is astonishing that in a country so devoted to the individual, so many people should be afraid to speak.” [NPR]

Ellen Burstyn Rounds Out ‘Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You’ Cast: “The Oscar-winning actress joins Marcia Gay Harden, Toby Regbo, Lucy Liu, Stephen Lang and Deborah Ann Woll in this coming-of-age story.” [Deadline]

M/M authors, Alex Beecroft and Erastes, profiled in OUT: “…the M/M market is proving to be irresistible. Even Harlequin, the oldest and most uptight of the romance publishing houses, is getting in on the hot M/M action with its new imprint, Carina Press.” [OUT]

Publisher, Writer Steve Berman profiled by The New Gay: “…the economics of publishing today have swung back in favor of small press, with print-on-demand technology allowing companies like Lethe…” [TNG]

Randall Mann featured in How A Poem Happens Blog: “I only let it sit about a month. I don’t have rules, other than it has to “feel” finished, whatever that means.” [HPH]

One Response to “Links: Baldwin on Race, W4M4M, Ellen Burstyn to Peter Cameron film”

  1. […] I’m personally excited about The Cross of Redemption: Uncollected Writings (Pantheon), a brilliant collection of James Baldwin essays edited by Lambda Award Winner Randall Kenan and Gender Outlaws: The Next […]

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