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From A Burning House: The Aids Project Los Angeles Writers Workshop Collection

The Aids Project Los Angeles Writers Workshop Collection

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From A Burning House: The Aids Project Los Angeles Writers Workshop Collection by Irene Marian Borger
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As the AIDS epidemic continues unabated, people living with AIDS are in danger of being overshadowed by AIDS "the issue"-- a topic for movies, political wrangling, and opinion polls. This powerful collection gives voice to the people-- those with HIV, as well as their caregivers-- who do battle at the front line of the epidemic. It is an intense celebration of life led at the precipice. The themes explored in From a Burning House are simple and universal: love, fear, friendship, loss. But these works possess a unique quality, as they describe a world on fire, a world where lives are quickened by the reality of AIDS. For the writers in the workshop, the creative process can be healing. For the reader, the result is profoundly moving; a tapestry of writings that is at once witty, wise and a painfully vibrant connection to the way we live now. A portion of the editor's and writers' proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to AIDS Project Los Angeles.

Author Biography

About the Editor: Irene Borger is a journalist, fiction writer and teacher. Her work has appeared in many national magazines and newspapers, including Vogue, Mirabella, Architectural Digest, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal . She has been Artist-in-Residence at AIDS Project Los Angeles since 1990, the same year she founded the Writers Workshop. About the Workshop: The Writers Workshop has been the subject of an essay on the MacNeil-Leher News Hour, and of a half-hour radio documentary that aired nationwide on National Public Radio. KCRW, NPR's Los Angeles affiliate, called the APLA Writers Workshop readings "one of the best arts events of the year." The Workshop is supported by grants from the California Arts Council, a state agency; the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency; the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department, the Audrey and Syndey Irmas Charitable Foundation, the John M. Lloyd Foundation and the Klein Family Foundation.
Release date Australia
June 1st, 1996
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Gallery
Pages
400
Dimensions
135x210x25
ISBN-13
9780671535179
Product ID
1737243

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