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Nonfiction: From Working for Jesse Helms to Writing ‘Tales of the City’

In “Logical Family,” Armistead Maupin describes a conservative upbringing before he became a beloved author and L.G.B.T. activist.
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Today’s TowleREAD pick comes from author Armistead Maupin and his most recent book, The Days of Anna Madrigal. Published in 2014, Anna Madrigal is the ninth and final installment in his magnum opus, The Tales of the City series. Wha...

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Armistead Maupin's 'Tales of the City' concludes with the moving 'The Days of Anna Madrigal,' a closer look at the serial's central figure. The first time Armistead Maupin ended his "Tales of the City" serial — in 1989, with his six...

Have Yourself A Merry Barbary Christmas: VIDEO

LGBT / Gay : Towleroad

One of the main themes in author Armistead Maupin's works, particularly his iconic Tales of The City series, is that idea of the logical family: if our biological relations reject us, we can make our own family. Still, with this...

Armistead Maupin To Perform In P-Town

LGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Armistead Maupin will perform his show Logical Family next Sunday during Bear Week in Provincetown. In this witty and poignant new stage presentation the legendary author of “Tales of the City” turns a keen eye on his own youthful (...

Legendary Author Armistead Maupin on His New Memoir, 'Logical Family'

LGBT / Gay : Out.com

After spending four decades writing his vivid Tales of the City novels, Armistead Maupin tackles his toughest character yet: himself.

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