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Armistead Maupin in conversation with Katherine Maxfield

Sunday, April 24, 2016, 3 p.m. The internationally bestselling author, hailed as having “invented San Francisco,” comes to Montalvo for a fascinating and evocative conversation with Katherine Maxfield about his life and many accomplishments in literature, theater, and music. Books … Continue reading

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News Briefs: Maupin receives Mayor’s Art Award

compiled by Cynthia Laird 02/04/2016 Bestselling author Armistead Maupin has been named by Mayor Ed Lee as the recipient of the 2016 Mayor’s Art Award. Maupin, a gay man, rose to fame with his nine-volume Tales of the City series, … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin’s Design for Living

Although this article is posted on Armistead’s main website, I felt it was worthy of a repost.  This article is from the Advocate 1985. 1. Stop begging for acceptance. Homosexuality is still an anathema to most people in this country—even to many … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin finally brings ‘Tales of the City’ saga to a close

By Wallace Baine, Santa Cruz Sentinel 01/28/15 Armistead Maupin’s long amazing career as a writer started in a way that is almost inconceivable in today’s mass media environment. Maupin is the author of “Tales of the City,” a San Francisco-based … Continue reading

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“Things Just Happen, And Sometimes You Get A Little Lucky:” Interview with Richard Kramer

Thursday, December 11, 2014 from Michael Denison http://mikethecontentproducer.blogspot.fr/2014/12/things-just-happen-and-sometimes-you.html?m=1 I was thrilled when Emmy and Peabody award-winning television writer, director and producer, Richard Kramer, recently introduced himself and sat down for an interview about his television career and debut novel, These Things … Continue reading

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Matt Alber Interview

November 10, 2014 This past weekend Matt Alber caught up with Samuel. The ever-busy and ever-dreamy singer-songwriter discusses his recent move back into San Francisco, plans to work on a visual project with a well-known author and, following his visit … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin featured as LGBT history ‘icon’

Published: October 10, 2014 in A&E / Life&Style, Featured Stories Updated: October 9, 2014 at 5:41 pm Iconic gay writer and North Carolina native Armistead Maupin will be featured this month among 31 LGBT history icons. Maupin’s entry into the … Continue reading

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PGMC – Michael’s Letter to Mama

The Portland Gay Men’s Chorus is joined by the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus for “Continental Divide” in Spring 2014, featuring this performance of “Michael’s Letter to Mama”, composed and arranged by Seattle’s David Maddux the lyrics are taken from Armistead … Continue reading

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Calling all Armistead Maupin fans…

from http://lgbticons.com To celebrate the release of The Days of Anna Madrigal and mark the end of the Tales of the City series, we’re looking for Armistead Maupin fans to share their experiences of the books and to address what makes … Continue reading

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NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Fiction, Week Of January 30, 2014

The Days of Anna Madrigal concludes Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City series. It debuts at No. 3.     http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/kbc/arts.artsmain?action=viewArticle&id=1958267&sid=5

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