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“WHO AM I TO WRITE ‘US’?”.”HOMO-HISTORIAN”. REFLECTIONS ON “SOHO”(SCOTT):LOOSE BAGGY, QUEER MONSTROUSNESS. BY STEVEN BENSON

Quotations(above) from Richard Scott:”My Soho” in his new collection of poems “Soho”, 2018) Read this collection: Scott: self-styled(but insecure) “homo-historian”. I love that phrase:). He evokes-in his multi-layered, Whitmanesque (replete with long lines/enjambement) semi-poetry/semi-prose- the aporia of a gay man … Continue reading

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LITTLE GREEN BUS, PART 2: STOPS ALONG THE WAY: A GAY LOVE STORY. BY STEVEN BENSON

https://towardsutopia.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/terra-incognita-by-steven-benson/ As I traversed the jacknifing route of the 173 Little Green Bus(calling at all lampposts via Sefton Park to Woolton), I passed Greenbank Park, Where, A long time Ago:in 1985, I had walked Whilst all was Intensified, Bathed in … Continue reading

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