- ‘Tales Of The City’ Will Sex Up New York For One Night Only
- “The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin” Screenings
- Armistead Maupin’s Memoir, “Logical Family”, Available October 3, 2017
- 10th Annual QFest St. Louis Runs Rrom March 29-April 2 at .ZACK
- Tales of the City Concert Will Play Broadway’s Music Box Theatre
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Category Archives: Michael Tolliver Lives
Just in time for Christmas, 3 books containing all 9 “Tales” novels will be released by Harper Collins. Available for pre-order now! https://www.harpercollins.com/search-results/?search-term=armistead+maupin
Excerpted from The Star Online Sunday December 28, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM Our writers share their book-related wishes for 2015. As the year draws to a close, most of us are in a reflective mood, looking back over the events … Continue reading
Memorable quips and comments from San Francisco’s fictional landlady This piece first ran in Printers Row Journal, delivered to Printers Row members with the Sunday Chicago Tribune and by digital edition via email. Click here to learn about joining Printers … Continue reading
Ok, I’ve really been dropping the ball lately, but “Michael Tolliver Lives” came out in paperback on May 20. The front cover replicates the latest paperbacks in the “Tales” series. you can find it at amazon.com or your local bookseller.
By RICK NELSON and CLAUDE PECK, Minneapolis Star Tribune A talk with writer Armistead Maupin, whose “Tales of the City” became a PBS series and whose sequel, “Michael Tolliver Lives,” is out in paperback. Claude Peck: Sure, San Francisco has … Continue reading
By GUY TREBAYPublished: August 19, 2007 PEOPLE ask him how his city has changed over the years, and Armistead Maupin tells them it has not. One of the better-kept secrets of San Francisco is how little time has altered the … Continue reading