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Jim Burroway

April 24th, 2008

March-April 2006 Gay and Lesbian Review WorldwideA slightly edited version of my article on ONE Magazine’s 1958 Supreme Court victory has been published in the March-April 2008 Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide. I’m excited for a couple of reasons. I’m proud of having raised awareness of the very first pro-gay Supreme Court ruling in history. And I’m a huge fan of the Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide because of the intelligence and depth of coverage of the important issues facing us. Since I let my Advocate subscription lapse, this is the only remaining LGBT print subscription I have. Believe me, the G&LRW is no Advocate; there are no fluff celebrity profiles here.

Okay, I stand corrected. Noël Coward is on the cover — but you GET the picture.



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I beg to ask, what did they edit?

April 24th, 2008 | LINK

Congratulations! You have every right to brag.

Jim Burroway
April 25th, 2008 | LINK

The edits were extremely minor for space considerations.

April 27th, 2008 | LINK

I have only one complaint about GLR – it is really the GGGGGGGLR, and B and T tend to get short shrift too. Ts seem to have a small T-specific magazine boom, but I do think that occasional T articles need to be highlighted in a general magazine. I get more lesbian-specific/inclusive stuff from Women’s Review of Books, a feminist review that has straight and lesbian subjects. Ms. now tends to downplay lesbian topics in larger articles. Lesbian literary quarterlies exist, but they are not addressing current issues or history.

Really, the GLR could be twice its size (or twice its frequency), and I’d be happy. The Advocate print version is weak – the website seems better.

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