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Review | The Pox Lover (Lambda Literary)

The bloodied emotional battlefields of AIDS activism, national and familial histories of fascist collaboration, the storms of a personal life torn between continents, the rising threat of neofascism, and the universal pyroclastic flows of desire and disease: these are the urgent themes of Anne-christine d’Adesky’s new “activist diary-cum-battlefield-notes-cum-travelogue,” The Pox Lover, a memoir of her life and work between Paris and New York in the 1990s. I reviewed it for Lambda Literary.

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