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POZ writers and artists have thrived at the magical intersection of lived experience and boundless talent.
They’re part of an exhibit of post-Stonewall photographs from Robert Giard’s “Particular Voices” series.
Born with HIV in 1988, Bowman worked to fight stigma and inspire others.
Exploring intersectionality through poetry
In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday, I pondered about Dr. King’s last day on earth; the day before he became immortal.
Rentboys, artists, doctors and historians—all have something valuable to say about HIV in our latest roundup of books.
Spoken word artist Mary Bowman opened the 20th Community Summit with a gorgeous poem that manages to revisit decades of HIV/AIDS.
Created by Lauren Ewing, the horizontal monument in the Massachusetts resort town “stops one ocean moment in time.” [VIDEO]
Whether you’re sunning on the beach or snuggling in bed, these books will shine through the whole season.
April is Poetry Month and Poetry Therapy can be the door that opens one to feeling, strengths, possibilities, and hope.
The Journal Initiative preserves the experiences of people living with HIV. Here’s how you can participate.
“I know that we have to let the past go and move on…
which comes to my point. I have gotten accustomed to being ALONE”
Join me as I launch my POZ Blog with a “Voice of Reason.”
Michael Broder has been publishing one poem every day in a countdown to the 35-year anniversary of the first report of AIDS.
The evening’s readers brought to life the texture and vitality of Martin Wong’s visual and written language.
Music and action in the poetry of Mary Bowman
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