Dive into the archives.
- Finding poetry in the Craigslist’s M4M missing person section
In his critical essay “The Mundane, The Existential, and The Poetic” sociologist Rich Furman fervently advocates for the poetry of the commonplace. In his essay, Furman explores how verse pertaining to “mundane objects, mundane events, and mundane relationships” are perfect vehicles to explore existential notions of nothingness, authenticity, and the “I-thou” relationship.*
- The Christopher Isherwood Love Story
Christopher Isherwood, the author of Berlin Stories (later turned into Cabaret) and other novels (see the Tom Ford post below), was 48 when he met the 16 year old Bachardy. Their relationship lasted over 30 years ’til Isherwood’s death at 81. The relationship was the subject of a well received documentary several years ago. Daddyhunt celebrates this cross-generational love story in a series of web interviews with Bachardy:
- A Single Man
The man credited with turning around Gucci before launching his own design line has traded fashion for film with his debut feature “A Single Man,” starring Colin Firth as a middle aged gay professor mourning the loss of his younger lover.