to Ledge, the only U.S. AIDS mag by and for black college students. The Black AIDS Institute’s biannual is free and full of resources, like national black ASOs, advice and round-table forums. Look for the second issue this fall, or visit

writer and director Tim Kirkman’s film Loggerheads, the fictitious adventure of a young, HIV positive gay drifter who falls for a motel owner while wandering across North Carolina.

POZ columnist M.C. Mars’ memoir, Don’t Take the Long Way. The HIVer cabbie speeds through 20 years of stories starring strippers, eccentrics and even funk star George Clinton. Hail a copy ($17) at—and find his latest column on page 23 of this issue.

the Estate Project for Artists With AIDS (, an e-museum that documents the legacy of AIDS in the arts. Tour the visual art collection (including Jose Luis Cortes’ El Raton Mickey Self-Portrait, above), or sample the growing music, dance and video archive.