Published in 1993 by the New York City-based Black gay men's writing collective Other Countries, Sojourner: Black Gay Voices in the Age of AIDS. As Managing Editor B. Michael (Bert) Hunter noted in his introduction to the anthology of poetry, prose, and visual art, "This project was started as an effort to revitalize an organization severely damaged by the onslaught of HIV, AIDS, death, internalized and externalized homophobia. It was conceived to marshal the energy of a collective whose membership has been and is heavily involved in every aspect of HIV/AD, but no longer has the energy to plan another literary reading, attend another writing workshop, board meeting or strategy session. This journal will be a marker in this age of AIDS.
Sojourner: Black Gay Voices in the Age of AIDS
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