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Armistead Maupin’s own tale in a documentary

By David Lewis May 31, 2017 Updated: June 2, 2017 11:28am Armistead Maupin, one of the world’s foremost gay writers, hails from a genealogical literary tree that includes Marcel Proust, E.M. Forster and Christopher Isherwood. His “Tales of the City” … Continue reading

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San Francisco avec Armistead Maupin

Check out this gorgeous piece on Armistead Maupin, and San Francisco, from ARTE ,a French and German network.  Thanks to Journalist Virginie Goubier for the heads up.  It’s great to see my friend, David Roundsley interviewed as well. http://sites.arte.tv/invitation-voyage/fr/video/san-francisco-avec-armistead-maupin

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Talking With Armistead Maupin :: Telling Tales in Ptown

by Jim Halterman Contributor Friday Jul 8, 2016 We know that Armistead Maupin is a great storyteller from his legendary “Tales of the City” book series and other novels he’s penned over the years, and this weekend he is also going to … Continue reading

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A 2015 Interview with Armistead Maupin

February 2, 2015 Rick Kleffel’s The Agony Column Podcast Armistead Maupin is every bit the gentleman you expect him to be. He’s crisp, smart and quite easily manages the paradox of being quietly outspoken. Sure, he’s not in the narrative, … Continue reading

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Fascinating People :: Armistead Maupin

by Kilian Melloy Monday Feb 2, 2015 For nearly four decades readers have thrilled, laughed, gasped, and cried along with a host of beloved characters created by Armistead Maupin, the author of the “Tales of the City” novels. Michael “Mouse” … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin talks Anna Madrigal

By Paul Freeman For The Daily News 01/27/2015 More than six million copies sold. A phenomenon in countries around the world. A cherished PBS miniseries. Few book series have been so ardently embraced by so many readers. But all good … Continue reading

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The gay heart of San Francisco

Armistead Maupin concludes ‘Tales of the City’ by Elizabeth Schwyzer / Mountain View Voice For 40 years, his novels have defined San Francisco: the home of counterculture, a haven for hippies, artists and writers, the capital of free speech and … Continue reading

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