The National Museum of Art has just published “Selected Works from the Collection of the National Museum of Art, Osaka”. I am delighted that my photograph of Bob Guter is among the chosen work
As Bob Guter says in Familiar Men: “I would like to be able to tell you that if I have my legs off when the UPS man rings I answer the door on my knees, or that when some jerk accosts me on the street with ‘What happened to your hand?’ I counter with a spectacularly wiseass response, or that appearing in this book has made it a pleasure for me to look in the mirror at last. Those are things I would like to be able to tell you. In the meantime I continue to amass a body of evidence by editing [1999-2007] Bent: A Journal of Crip Gay Voices.
The Bent archive is well worth visiting. It was the only webzine to speak for gay disabled men. With John R. Killacky, he also co-edited Queer Crips: Disabled Gay Men and Their Stories (2003).