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Armistead Maupin – The Dinner Party Show

The Internet’s first LIVE comedy variety show. Join hosts New York Times bestselling novelists Christopher Rice and Eric Shaw Quinn for a weekly buffet of their deranged special correspondents and celebrity guests. Check out Armistead Maupin on The Dinner Party … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin: Writing the City

Duration: 55 minutes First broadcast: Tuesday 11 February 2014 Matthew Bannister meets novelist Armistead Maupin, the writer best known for his Tales of the City series of novels set in San Francisco. Sami Shah is a stand-up comedian from Pakistan … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin Turns The Final Page On ‘Tales Of The City’ Series

By Marcie Sillman February 3, 2014 Click the link to hear the audio interview You don’t have to know much about San Francisco to be a fan of Armistead Maupin’s long-running series, “Tales of the City.” Maupin first created his … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin Bids Farewell to ‘Tales’

Tim Teeman February 2, 2014 As he writes his final ‘Tales of the City’ novel, Armistead Maupin talks sex, drugs, marriage, mortality – and lapping up Burning Man’s craziness – with Tim Teeman. When I ask how his book tour … Continue reading

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Armistead Maupin on Saying Goodbye to San Francisco and Tales of the City

Tony Bravo January 29, 2014 There’s something melancholy yet appropriate about Armistead Maupin choosing to end his famed Tales of the City series at this particular point in the city’s history; the San Francisco of the nearly 40 years of … Continue reading

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Toward the family of man: Armistead Maupin

Wayne Lee January 24, 2014 With The Days of Anna Madrigal, Armistead Maupin closes the nearly 40-year saga of “family”life revolving around the title character’s boarding house at 28 Barbary Lane in San Francisco. The ninth novel in his Tales … Continue reading

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Final Tales: Q&A with Armistead Maupin on Concluding his Iconic San Francisco Series

By Juan De Anda Monday, January 27, 2014 Armistead Maupin refuses to be the old fart who bickers about San Francisco not being what it used to be, even after chronicling it for nearly 40 years. What started off as … Continue reading

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A parting tale

By Bill Daley January 24, 2014 Armistead Maupin talks about ‘The Days of Anna Madrigal,’ San Francisco’s enduring pull and new life in the desert Anna Madrigal is 92 now, frail and living with a friend/caregiver in a Duboce Triangle … Continue reading

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After Almost 40 Years, Armistead Maupin Is Closing The Book On “Tales Of The City”

Louis Peitzman January 21, 2014 With The Days of Anna Madrigal, now in stores, Armistead Maupin concludes the nine-novel Tales of the City series he began in 1976. I spoke to Maupin about plotting a story over decades, the changing … Continue reading

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City, Different

Armistead Maupin drives beloved series to the station and waves good-bye By Enrique Limón n early ’90s television adaptation of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City proved to be so raw—thanks to its honest depictions of love and lust across … Continue reading

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