Tag Archives: Basil Henderson
Getting the ‘Invisible Life’ Movies Right
My thoughts on what it will take to make the “Invisible Life” film series truly work.
Posted in Books, Film, Sexuality Tagged 80s, AIDS, Basil Henderson, bisexual black men, black bisexual men, black gay films, black gay men, Candace, Cersei Lannister, David Benioff, Deondray Gossett, DL, down low, E. Lynn Harris, film adaptation, film series, franchise, Game of Thrones, gay black men, gay films, HIV, homosexuality, Invisible Life, Irma P. Hall, JL King, John Basil Henderson, Just As I Am, Kelvin, Kyle, Mama Cee, Nicole Springer, Oprah, Quinn, Raymond Tyler, sexuality, The DL Chronicles. Quincy LeNear, Tracey Edmonds, Warner Bros, Yancey Braxton 2 Comments
Tribute to E. Lynn Harris
My tribute to E. Lynn Harris.
Posted in Books, Culture, Self-reflection, Sexuality Tagged Abide With Me, Another Country, Basil Henderson, Basketball Jones, bisexuality, black fiction, black male, black men, black writer, Boris Kodjoe, contemporary fiction, E. Lynn Harris, gay fiction, Giovanni's Room, Invisible Life, James Baldwin, Just As I Am, Nicole Springer, Quinn, Raymond Tyler, Rick Fox, Tell Me How Long The Train's Been Gone 2 Comments