Thursday, July 31, 2008


From Towleroad:

"The Lambda Literary Awards celebrated its 20th anniversary in June, and screened a clip acknowledging the LGBT writers and literary figures who have passed in the two decades since its inception. Tony Valenzuela and Robert Ferrante produced and edited the memorial film. An impressive collection."

Particular notice to all those who died in the early 90's, in their prime.

All those voices. I'm speechless.


BigAssBelle said...

such loss. we all tend to make lighthearted comments about gays in the creative fields, and such, but seriously, where would the world be without the many, many gay writers of every kind? so much creativity and i always wonder why, but then i'm just grateful. all of the '90s deaths . . . such a tragedy.

sageweb said...

Wow that was a powerful video.