POZ columnist Kevin Bentley’s compulsively sexual memoir, Let’s Shut Out the World (Green Candy Press, $14.95). Bed-hopping from adolescence in El Paso, Texas, to pre- and post-AIDS San Francisco, where he nails his late lover’s caretaker, the boy-crazy HIVer comes clean...and then comes some more.
Gay Sex in the ’70s, director Joseph Lovett’s haunting documentary on disco-era Manhattan sex spots and the men who loved them. HIV survivors, including the inevitable Larry Kramer, reminisce. It screens at San Francisco’s Int’l. GLBT Film Festival, June 16–26.
to Noah’s Arc, the first TV series exclusively highlighting black gay men. Its four Angelenos—one’s an HIV treatment advocate, another dates a down-low dude—debut along with LOGO, the new gay cable channel, June 30. Catch the trailer at www.noahsarc.net, or visit www.logoonline.com.