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Tag Archives: Damian Barr
Armistead Maupin is celebrated as the creator of the Tales of the City series, which follow the exploits of the residents of a San Francisco apartment in the late 70s and early 80s. He joins writer Damian Barr to talk … Continue reading
Sunday 23 February 2014 Damian Barr’s Literary Salon took place for the first time at the London St Pancras Renaissance hotel last Tuesday, which was handy for some of the guests.. Patrick Gale appeared, reading from a novel-in-progress that … Continue reading
Armistead Maupin – The Literary Salon – February 2014 Released18 February 2014 Armistead Maupin reads from his new novel and lets slip a very exciting bit of news! Recorded at Damian Barr’s Literary Salon at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel … Continue reading
NOTE: Be sure to visit the original article for pictures of Damian and his Tours of the Tales Damian Barr The Guardian, Friday 31 January 2014 13.00 EST After more than 30 years documenting the lives and loves of a … Continue reading
PATRICK STRUDWICK Wednesday 29 January 2014 The series of novels have changed the lives of countless gay people. As the last volume is published, Patrick Strudwick pays a personal tribute Living above a strip joint is significantly less salubrious than … Continue reading
Damian Barr (author of “Maggie and Me”) and Mary Ann Singleton’s dress from the “Tales of the City” miniseries at the GLBT Archives.