Virtual Memories Show Bonus Episode:
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Last week I talked about finding Michael Denneny dead at his apartment when I showed up for our podcast session (here’s his Washington Post obit). This brief (11+ min.) bonus episode covers the week since then, the response from his friends, colleagues, and loved ones, and how I’ve been doing since then. Give it a listen and go read Michael’s final book, On Christopher Street (and go listen to last week’s 50-min. monologue about finding Michael, & more)
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About our Guest
Michael Denneny was a longtime book and magazine editor who played an outsized role in promoting openly gay writers from the mid-1970s onward. In 1976, he cofounded Christopher Street Magazine, one of the first gay literary magazines. He was a freelance editor and consultant living in New York City.
Credits: This episode was recorded at my home on a Blue enCore 200 microphone feeding into a Zoom PodTrak P4. All processing and editing done in Adobe Audition CC. Photo of Michael by David Morgan. It’s on my instagram.