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Woman on the Verge
by Emily Carter
Or, You Can Have My Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors When You Pry Them From My Dead, Cold Fingers

The River Runs Through It
by Timothy Burton
Contaminated polio vaccines started AIDS in Africa in the '50s. A National Enquirer headline? No. It's the premise of a big new book fueling an old controversy among researchers.

The Jelly Revolution
by Deb Schwartz
If a new crew of activists has its way, a slew of topical goops and jams just may be the solution to stop the spread of HIV. Deb Schwartz goes inside the movement for microbicides.

Let's Dance
by Joseph Carman
Who says AIDS can't make you kick up your heels? Two HIV-positive choreographers perform bold new work about the risks and rewards of coming out.

Publisher's Letter
by Brad Peebles


Catching Up With...
by Kevin O'Leary
Quashawn Donovan

Call The Cops
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Say What?

Big Bro
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Chew the Stat


Trade Route To Riot
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Bookmark This
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Nana’s Natural Remedy
by Dennis Chase

Underground Railroad
by Raymond Jasper


The Body Politic
Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura wrestles with AIDS and pins the feds to the mat in a chat with Doug Ireland.

High Crimes
by Lillian Thiemann
Lillian Thiemann was once bad news in a dark alley. Now she’s shooting from the hip about her life after “the life.”

Low Blows
by Arthur S. Leonard
Nondisclosing HIVers are being sent to the slammer for having sex. Arthur S. Leonard tracks a terrifying trend.

Trip The Light Magnificent
by Jeff Hoover
Actor Judith Light shines hers on these dark days for activism and shares Wit and wisdom with POZ Deputy Editor Jeff Hoover.

Relatively Speaking
by LeRoy Whitfield
In the soup when it came time to do the disclosure deed with Big Mama and her big tribe, LeRoy Whitfield asks, “Is HIV-infected blood still thicker than water?”

A Tricky Combination
by Maia Szalavitz
To unlock the secret of maximizing antidepressant and antiretroviral power, the right combo is key  

Beat The Blues
by Maia Szalavitz
It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to defeat depression. But you do have to get yourself help  

Down But Not Out
by Lark Lands and Bill Auerbach
Stephen Gendin enters the valley of depression…and starts the climb back by Bill Auerbach, as told to Lark Lands

Comfort Zone

Tendergroin District
by Greg Lugliani
Jock itch isn’t just for bullies anymore  

The Matrix
by Lark Lands

Beyond Eradication
by Lark Lands
Top AIDS researcher Anthony Fauci sees the future in planned med breaks and immune boosters  

Herb Of The Month
by Michael Onstott

by James Learned

3.29.89: Fine Toon
by Judd Winick

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