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Description fascinating glimpse of a bygone gay culture whose aesthetic was far less polished, more earthy, and more dangerous than our current one, defined as it is by dollars and digital media.' -- Sam Biederman, Bookforum 'As a project born out of the author's sincere admiration for his subject, Halsted Plays Himself amounts to a very passionate, if not sentimental, account. Jones not only attempts to symbolically revive Halsted in this elegy, but continuously constructs imaginary scenarios which could have resulted in him still being alive, better understood, or more accepted.' -- Aliina Astrova, Kaleidoscope (blog) '[A] rich and rewarding excavation of a blazing moment in the early 1970s...[A] valuable installment in a recent, resurgent interest in queer documents from that flourishing social period, positioning Halsted's artistic legacy within a teeming moment of gay visibility.'
Prelude to Bruise - Staff Choice by Renate After his gasp and god damn, after his zipper closes its teeth, his tongue leaves its shadows, leaves me alone to pick pine needles from my hair, to brush brown leaves off my shirt as blades of light hang from the trees, as I relearn my legs, mud- stained knees, and walk back to my burning house.