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Jameson Currier has authored numerous essays, interviews, book reviews and some occasional poetry.  

In 2015 he collected more than four decades worth of non-fiction writing in his Lambda Literary nominated memoir collection, Until My Heart Stops.




Contents:

“A Bookstore Tourist” was first published in 2008 on the author’s blog, Where You’ll Find Me.

“A Few Minutes with Liberace” was written in 2000.

“A Gathering Storm” was first published in 2014 as the introduction to the author’s novel of the same name.

“A Personal History of the Epidemic” was first published in 1998 in Body Positive, and in 1999 in Dallas Voice, Impact, The Bottom Line, and Lambda Book Report.

“Actors” was written in 2001.

“Art History 101” was first published in 1996 in Architrave.

“Behind the Screen” was written in 1992.

“Between The Lines” was first published in 1993 in Backspace, in 1995 in NEBO Literary Journal, and in 1996 in Apocalypse.

“Buddies” was first published in 2003 in the anthology Sex Buddies and was included in the author’s collection, Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press 2004, Chelsea Station Editions 2013).

“Caution” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men.

“Dates” was written in 1989.

“Desperado” was first published in 1994 as “Up from the Ashes” in The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, and in 1995 as “Desperado” in the Cleveland Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine.

“Dicks” was written in 2001.

“Do I Know You?” was first published in 2004 in the anthology I Do/I Don’t, and was included in the author’s collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories(Lethe Press 2009, Chelsea Station Editions 2011). It was reprinted in May, 2014 in Chelsea Station.

“Excerpts from a Stonewall Diary” was written during Pride Week, June, 1994.

“Fifteen Minutes More” was written in 2015.

“Finding New Hope” was first published in 1992 in Christopher Street.

“Friends” was first published in 1991 in Au Courant.

“Funny Guy” was first published in 1994 in Body Positive.

“Glasses” was written in 2001.

“Haircuts” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men.

“Hearts” was written in 2001.

“Hometown Sweethearts” was written in 2001.

“How Does My Garden Grow” was written in 1990.

“Invitation to Dance” was first published in 1987 in the New York Native.

“Isn’t It Romantic?” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men.

“It” was written in 1994 for World AIDS Day.

“July” was written in 1984.

“Just Looking” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men.

“Lessons” was first published in 1998 in the anthology Men Seeking Men, in 2000 in the anthology Overload, and was included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press 2004, Chelsea Station Editions 2013).

“Lovers” was first published as “Three Lovers” in 2005 in Velvet Mafia and in 2009 in the anthology I Like It Like That.

“Magic Carpet Ride” was written in 1998 following the author’s book tour for Where the Rainbow Ends.

“My Haunted History” was written in 2014. Portions were previously published in Chelsea Station and on Facebook.

“Old Things” was first published in 1993 as “Keepers” in The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine and a revised version was published in 1994 as the introduction to the paperback edition of the author’s collection Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories about AIDS (Penguin 1994, Chelsea Station Editions 2011).

“On a Day I Am Not Myself” was written in 2001.

“One Way or Another” was written in 1990.

“Passing Grades” was first published in 1987 in The New York Native. It is the author’s first published work.

“Remnants” was written in 2001.

“Rock Hudson’s Vacation” was first published in 2014 in Assaracus 14, Joy Exhaustible.

“Something Happened Along The Way” was written in 1988.

“Something From The Rain” was written in 1990. It was revised and first published in Backspace, 1994.

“Stages” was first published in June, 2014 in Chelsea Station.

“Still Dancing” was first published in 2001 in the anthology Rebel Yell, and was included in the author’s collection, Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories (Lethe Press 2009, Chelsea Station Editions 2011).

“Strength” was first published in 1995 in Lisp.

“That Summer” was first published in 1993 in Backspace, in 1994 in David’s Place Journal, in 1996 in The Slate, and was published in 1994 as “Undercurrents” in The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, and in 1995 as “Memories of a Lost Summer,” in the Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel Sunshine Magazine.

“The Child in Me” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men.

“The House of Ten Thousand Temperatures” was written in 2014.

“The Last Minute Friend” was written in 1984. A revised version was first published in 1988 in Playguy.

“The Pot” was written in 1998.

“The Right Man” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men, and in 1999 in the anthology Boy Meets Boy.

“Threads” was first published in 1992 in Art & Understanding. It was reprinted in March, 2015 in Chelsea Station.

“Treats” was written in 2001.

“Twilight on the Esplanade” was written in 2000.

“What Comes Around” was first published in 2012 in the author’s novel of the same name and was reprinted in Best Gay Stories.

“What Did Not Change” was first published in 2001 as “Some Things Didn’t Change” in the Philadelphia Gay News, and as “What Did Not Change” in Frontiers.

“What She Gave Me” was first published in 2000 in the anthology Mamma’s Boy and in 2002 as “And My Heart Goes On” in the anthology Rebel Yell 2.

“Where You’ll Find Me” was written in 1993.

“Why I Live Where I Do” was first published in 1990 in In Touch for Men.

“Writers” was written in 2001.


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